The Program

Privacy Policy

At, which includes, we are committed to protecting your privacy and use technology that gives you a secure online experience. All technology is based on secure architecture and 256-bit encryption that involves strict parameters to ensure that your information is only viewed by yourself and those that you may authorize--if you choose the “Private” option. It is your responsibility as a member to ensure that authorized contact people have your password and understand what they can view and when. Most people choose a lower level of security so their critical information can be accessed in emergencies, when life-determining decisions must be made. To them, this value is more important than privacy. Registry is very sensitive to the privacy of our living will and health care proxy registrants and to the confidentiality of the information and the documents they register with us. We are committed to maintaining this privacy and confidentiality. The policies of Registry regarding privacy and confidentiality are outlined below.

Due to the nature of our business, Registry's web site collect a wide variety of personally identifiable information, including:
• Personal data such as individual names, addresses, telephone numbers, date of birth and e-mail addresses.
• Medical information which you choose to share such as medical conditions and medications.
• Emergency contact data such as individual names, addresses, telephone numbers and e-mail addresses. Registry will provide identifying information, emergency contact information, and an exact copy of the advance directive provided to it by the registrant, to any health care provider that requests this information as long as the request complies with the Policies and Procedures of the Registry. Registry only provides information and documents to health care providers (Emergency Medical Services, hospitals, doctors, skilled nursing facilities, nursing facilities, home health agencies, providers of home health care, ambulatory surgery facilities, and hospices).
Health care providers are required to locate  smartphone application, medical card bar codes, PC’s, or facsimile machines, which receive information and documents from the Registry, in a place where the privacy and confidentiality of the documents will be maintained.

Information transmitted via Internet is encrypted and secure.

Health care providers are required to make the transmitted document a part of the confidential medical record. Registry collects, retains and transmits the information and documents provided to it by registrants for the purpose of making this information available to health care providers throughout the country should the need arise. Registry does not share registrant information with outside parties. Registry does not sell registrant information to outside parties. Registry voluntarily complies with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA).