Cigna Business Associate Agreement

California Civil Code Section 1798.83 requires selected companies to disclose guidelines regarding the disclosure of certain categories of your personal data to third parties. If you are based in California and have provided us with your personal data, you may request information about our disclosure of certain categories of your personal data to third parties for direct marketing purposes. To make such a request, please fill out our data protection contact form with “California Privacy Rights” in the subject line and allow 30 days for a response. We do not accept requests by telephone, mail or fax and are not responsible for communications that are not properly reported or sent or that do not contain complete information. Those provisions, or other similar provisions, may be included in a business-to-business service agreement or may be included in a separate counterparty agreement. Those provisions concern only the concepts and requirements set out in the data protection rule and are not in themselves sufficient to result in a contract which is binding under State law. They do not contain many formalities and material provisions necessary or typically contained in a valid contract. The call for this sample is not sufficient to respect the law of the State and does not replace consultation with a lawyer or negotiation between the parties. Personal data is information that can be used to identify, locate or contact an individual and includes other information that may be linked to personal data. If you interact with our sites and services, we may ask you directly, depending on the site or service, for the following personal data: the two companies announced earlier this year that they would join forces to offer affordable health insurance to small businesses. When a covered entity uses the services of a counterparty, it must have a written contract or agreement called a “counterparty agreement”. . .

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