Privacy & Website Policy


Privacy & Website Policy

Insuring Your Privacy

Generally, you can visit our web site without telling us who you are and without revealing any information about yourself. If you e-mail us, we will retain your e-mail address so that we may respond to you. Any information collected through this web site is solely for our own use in marketing and and providing services and information. Any information you supply to us will not be sold or redistributed for marketing or advertising purposes by non-related companies.


The ADL Data web site is accessible and compliant with the content guidelines of the Web Access Initiative of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). We tested tested using the most recent Microsoft Internet Explorer and Netscape/Mozilla browsers. It also works in Safari, Lynx, Opera, and AOL’s browser, though it may not display quite as intended. Older browsers may not perform well displaying this site.

Please let us know This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if you encounter any serious problems with the site using these or other browsers.

Information is collected about traffic on our site, such as the type of browser you use and which are the most and least visited pages. We use this information to improve our site, but no usage data is matched with personal information to track individuals.


A “cookie” is a bit of information that is stored on your computer that can help identify you when you visit the site that issued the cookie. ADL does not use any cookies for any purpose.

If you are a member of the ADL user community, the Content management system using a cookie to remember your login information. This is only to assist Users to login to the Community web site.

Site Policy

ADL accepts no advertisements or click through advertisements. Any referenced third party websites for the purpose of looking up information and learning about the clinical databases used by ADL in the creation of our software.

This website is primarily for users to learn about our software products and productivity tools. As part of the process we disclose many of the sources of medical and clinical information used in the design and development of our products.

Several of our software products are released in “Lite” versions to provide the users with the ability to test drive our applications and develop new skills in the usage of computers in healthcare. The software provided at no cost and can be used freely. The only restriction is the copyright notices and trademarks are not to be removed from the product.

The Lite version products make excellent training material for students entering the healthcare profession and other interested parties.

In addition, ADL will make available materials that have been developed and used by nursing homes over the years. The material is provided as reference material that is intended to assist in the development or enhancement of existing forms and policy/procedure manuals.

Any medical policies and procedures posted will indicate the source of the documentation. The documentation is primarily to be used as a reference to assist in the creation of manuals and forms. The documents are not intended to be used directly without official review by competent healthcare professionals.

ADL will maintain a reference list of significant websites that provide information and data necessary for creating applications that comply with the insurance and regulatory agencies that govern the healthcare.

All downloads and web pages will indicate the source of the materials.

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