Account Sharing

If you choose to share your Account and login credentials be careful that you are not acting in a manner that violates the LifeData Terms of Use, HIPAA Business Associate Agreement (if we have one in place with you), and possibly your study’s security protocol.

Sharing of login information may negate your own HIPAA/GDPR etc. compliance, in addition to violating your Business Associate Agreement (BAA) with LifeData.

You may refer below to excerpts from the applicable Terms of Use and Business Associate Agreement documents. The full Terms of Use is available on our website at https://www.lifedatacorp.com/. You may request a copy of the LifeData BAA by contacting us at contact@lifedatacorp.com. 

Terms of Use

You are responsible for your password and any other credentials used to access that account. You, and not LifeData, are responsible for any activity occurring in your account (other than activity that LifeData is directly responsible for which is not performed in accordance with the Customer’s instructions), whether or not you authorized that activity. If you become aware of any unauthorized access to your account, you should notify LifeData immediately. Accounts may not be shared and may only be used by one individual per account.

Business Associate Agreement

Business Associate agrees to use reasonable and appropriate physical, technical, and administrative safeguards to prevent unauthorized use or disclosure of PHI, or as provided for by this Agreement. Safeguards include, but are not limited to,

i. use of authentication to access any PHI received from Covered Entity

ii. use of authentication to secure devices controlled by BA

iii. use of backup/ restore technology for PHI maintained on devices controlled by BA

iv. use of reasonable building and facility security to safeguard PHI on device controlled by BA

v. use of safe procedures to erase and delete PHI from devices no longer used by BA

vi. use of screen savers to limit access to PHI on devices controlled by BA

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