NBHHC’s Privacy Notice and Confidentiality Policy
NBHHC is committed to the privacy and confidentiality of existing and prospective certificants. To conduct business, NBHHC collects and processes personal data according to applicable laws. The collected information, which includes fields such as name, company name, address, email address and phone number, is necessary for the purpose of registering you for the NBHHC Certification programs for which you are submitting your information (the ‘application’).
Your personal information will be stored by NBHHC and kept in accordance with this Privacy and confidentiality policy. NBHHC may send you marketing materials related to these programs as well as share your email with our partners. You can alter your e-mail notification preferences at www.nbhhc.org. NBHHC is not responsible for the privacy practices of third parties.Confidentiality of Participant Information
Participant names and contact information is confidential. Release of participant information will be permitted only with written consent of the participant.
Confidentiality of Exam Application Status
Information regarding the status of an exam application submitted to the National Board for Home Care and Hospice Certification (NBHHC) will not be released to anyone without the exam candidate’s written authorization.
Confidentiality of Exam Scores
Examination results are reported by U.S. mail. NBHHC will not release test results to any institution or employer without your written consent.
Confidentiality of Exam Content
By completing and submitting an application for examination, you agree not to release any details regarding the exam questions, including giving written or verbal information about the test questions to colleagues, faculty, etc. Violation of that agreement can result in loss of certification and liability for civil penalties and damages.
The NBHHC Certification Programs do not discriminate on the basis of age, gender, race, color, religion, national origin, sex, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or other status or condition that is protected by applicable law.