In using any Services or products provided by NordendGlobal AG (the “Services”) (company registration number CHE-371.048.200, legal address at General-Wille-Strasse 65, 8706 Feldmeilen, Switzerland (“we”, “us”, or, “Company”) you (“you”, the “User” or “Account Manager” as defined below) agree to the following Terms of Service (the “Agreement”). This Agreement explains our obligations to you, and your obligations to us in the context of your use of the Services as defined below. This Agreement is the entire Agreement between us concerning the use of these Services.
2.1. To access the Services, each User must create an Account.
2.2. The physical person establishing an Account (the “Account Manager” on behalf of a legal entity) (the “Account Entity”) thereby confirms that he or she is acting with authority to bind the Account Entity to this Agreement. We reserve the right to verify the identity and authority of such persons
2.3. The Account that is created on the Website is used to access the web application on our Website (the “Web Application”).
2.4. You may also receive an invitation to create an account on the Website. In this case, the account of the User will be specifically linked with the account of the invitee, as further explained in our Terms of Service.
2.5. Each User is solely responsible for his or her actions and for any and all information he or she makes available on the Services.
3.1. Through the Web Application, the Company provides Users with:
3.1.1. a dental data management system that includes details of medical manipulations and patient history (“Dental Data System”).
3.1.2. a patient profile management and patient scheduling system (“Patient Management System”).
3.1.3. tools to manage their Accounts (“Account Tools”).
3.4. The Company may from time to time offer various Services to Users on a no-fee basis (“Free Services”) and/ or on a paid basis (“Pro Services”). Users of the Free Services are limited to a number of ten (10) Patients per account, while a Pro Services account can have an unlimited number of Patients.
4.1. Users can access the Patient Management System by logging in through the Website using a Username and password.
4.2. The functionality of the schedule and appointment management system depends on whether the User of the Account is designated either as a practicing dentist (“Doctor”), or whether the User is designated as an administrative assistant (“Receptionist”). A single Account is utilized for a single organization or company, such as, for example, dental practices, academic institutions and corporate conglomerates (“Organization”) with synchronized data and profiles between all Users. These scheduling systems are used to track scheduled appointments (“Appointment”) with patients who have been listed in the system (“Patient”), and to review their data on the platform (“Patient Profile”).
4.3. The Doctor scheduling system can be used:
a) to review their individual Appointments with Patients;
b) to input an Appointment;
c) to reserve a certain time on the schedule;
d) to access Patient Profiles;
e) for other functions that are currently included or will be included in the future.
4.4. The Receptionist scheduling system allows the User:
a) to review the Appointments and schedules of all Doctors;
b) review all appointments for a specific Doctor;
c) other functions that are currently included or will be included in the future.
4.5. All types of Users can access the Patient Management System by pressing the Patients tab while using the Services. It allows all Users:
a) to review the list of Patients;
b) to add an Appointment to a specific Patient;
c) to search for all Practice patients;
d) to review edit the data in a Patient Profile, which includes basic data about the Patient, including his/her gender and age, as well as their identification number and their address. Moreover, evaluative data can be added to the Patient Profile on patient behavior;
e) to view all upcoming appointments and all previous appointments for a given Patient;
f) other functions that are currently included or will be included in the future.
5.1. All Users can access their Account Settings in the Web Application, where the User is given multiple tools to manage their User profile, or to manage the Account, if the User is also the Account Manager.
5.2. On the Your Profile page, the User can:
a) change the full name of the User;
b) change the listed Practice or company of the User;
c) change the Password of the User.
5.3. On the Subscription & Billing page, the User can:
a) review the status of his subscription;
b) add or edit billing data.
5.4. On the Team Management page, the User can:
a) review all Users who are currently assigned to a Practice;
b) review the individual profile of a User;
c) search Users by name;
d) delete Users;
e) edit User data.
5.5. New functions may be added to this functionality during the course of any future updates.
6.1. To use the Web Application a User account must be created, or an already registered User account can be used to log in.
6.2. The User account can be registered by the User/Account Manager on the Web Application.
7.1. Users can access the Dental Data System functionality on the Web Application by pressing the Patients tab while using the Services. The Web Application Dental Data System includes a visual component to the Patient Profile where the visual dental profile of the Patient can be edited and manipulated
7.2. It allows Users:
a) to review all of Patients;
b) to edit the profile of a Patient;
c) to add a new Patient Profile;
d) to review the treatment history of a Patient Profile;
e) review the historical record of all data inputs about a Patient;
f) to review, edit and add to the treatment plan of the Patient Profile;
g) to view medical issues that a Patient has experienced;
h) to add an oral health issue to the Patient Profile;
i) to add a history record to a Patient Profile.
7.3. The visual dental profile allows Users to:
a) visually review the dental profile of a Patient;
b) to review the data and properties of a single tooth of a Patient;
c) to track and plan the restoration of a tooth;
d) to assign properties, data and attributes about a single tooth.
8.1. You will ensure the email address provided in your account registration is valid at all times and will keep your contact information accurate and up-to-date.
8.2. You will not transfer your account to anyone without first getting our express written permission.
8.3. You will not access this Website nor use the Services for any unlawful purposes or to conduct any unlawful activity.
8.4. Each User is responsible for his or her use of the Website and Services, for correctness and completeness of any and all data entered into the Website or Services (“Data”), and for any consequences thereof. The User is responsible for ensuring that he or she has the proper authority to upload and/or share the Data.
8.5. The Company bears no responsibility for the Data, including liability for disclosure of personal, confidential or non-public information.
8.6. You will ensure that you have secured the consent of any person in a user capacity who is added to the Account.
8.7. You will not use or access our Services, directly or indirectly, to access and/or download fonts or any proprietary content located on the Website and Web Application at any time. Violators will have access terminated immediately and the Company reserves the right to seek remedies and/or damages under the law.
9.1. Upon termination for whatever reason, the Company has the right to delete all data, files, or other information that are stored in your account unless and, to the extent, required by law to maintain the data, files or other information.
9.2. Services may be terminated by any User and/or Account Manager, without cause, at any time.
9.3. Termination by Company
a) Company may terminate Services at any time, without penalty, obligation to refund and without notice, if you fail to comply with any of the terms of this Agreement or the intellectual property protections applicable to these Services.
b) Notice of termination of Services by Company will be sent to the contact e-mail associated with the User account.
10.1. When you use the Website and our Services, we collect certain information by automated or electronic means, using technologies such as cookies, pixel tags, browser analysis tools, and web server logs. As you use our Website and our Services, your browser and devices communicate with servers operated by us, our business partners and Services providers to coordinate and record the interactivity and fill your requests for Services and information.
10.2. The information from cookies and related technologies is stored in web server logs and also in web cookies kept on your computers or mobile devices, which are then transmitted back to our Website and our Services by your computer or mobile device. These servers are operated and the cookies managed by us, our business partners or our service providers.
If you do not provide your consent for using the cookies and related technologies, please note that we might not able provide you with certain Services and functionalities of the Website that are dependent on the amount of your information (that may also include personal data) provided.
10.4. We use Google Analytics and other Services to help us understand how visitors interact with our Website and to help improve our User experience.
11.1. You may use the Website and Web Application for the processing of the Personal Data of other natural persons’ Personal Data, for example, patients.
11.3. Hereby you confirm that you understand that you have the right to use the Website and Web Application for the processing of the third party’s personal data only if you have a legal basis to carry out such activities with the personal data and if you comply with the requirements of the applicable laws.
12.1. This section lays out the terms and conditions for the processing of personal data in the context of these Terms of Service and the Services provided by the Company. These terms apply to all data that is processed by the use of these Services. For the purposes of personal data processing, the User/Account holder is designated as the controller (the “Controller”) and the Company is the processor (the “Processor”) of personal data processed within using the Services. Any additional subcontractors that provide Services for the Processor are to be considered Sub-Processors.
12.2. By agreeing to these Terms of Service, the User/Account holder confirms that the data subjects – in this case, the Patients whose data will be processed, have been provided with privacy information by the User/Account holder as Controller of their data.
12.3. By agreeing to these Terms of Service, the User/Account holder confirms that he, as a representative of the Controller, has the right to enter into this agreement with the Processor.
12.4. The purpose of processing Patient data is to facilitate the provision of the Services by (i) creating Patient profiles; (ii) allowing authorized Users to view and modify the patient profiles; (iii) to facilitate the administration of a dental practice by allowing Patient personal data to be used for scheduling purposes.
12.5. The Processor is in no way liable or responsible for the actions of the Controller with regards to handling of Patients’ personal data.
12.6. The categories of data subjects whose personal data will be processed are the (i) Users of the Website and Services; (ii) the Patients of the registered Users.
12.7. The data processing will take place for the duration of the use of the Services provided for by Company, and until these Terms of Service are in effect between the User and Company.
12.8. The Company shall process personal data on behalf of the User solely to facilitate the Services that have been designated solely to the extent specified and within the scope of the specified purposes in accordance with the specified nature and period of processing that are described in the Terms of Services. The Controller is responsible and liable for ensuring compliance with the laws and regulations of the European Union and the Swiss Confederation. The Company shall not have the right to process personal data otherwise than provided for in these Terms of Service, which are considered a written instructions issued by the Controller to the Processor. The Processor shall process the personal data only on such documented instructions from the Controller, including with regard to transfers of personal data to a third country or an international organisation, unless required to do so by the EU or Member State law to which the Processor is subject. In such a case, the Processor informs the Controller of that legal requirement before processing, unless that law prohibits such information on important grounds of public interest.
12.9. The Processor shall ensure and take appropriate measures (including technical and organizational measures) to protect personal data of Patients when they are stored by the Processor and the Processor has an ability to influence the security of such personal data. The Controller shall also take all appropriate measure to ensure that it and its authorized persons use the Services in a way that ensures the security of personal data.
12.10. The Processor shall, taking into account the nature of the processing, assist the Controller by appropriate technical and organisational measures, insofar as this is possible, for the fulfilment of the Controller's obligation to respond to requests for exercising the data subject's rights.
12.11. The Processor shall have the right to make the personal data available to third parties to the extent necessary to facilitate the provision of Services.
12.12. The Processor shall have an obligation to ensure that employees, and/or authorized parties, and/or the subcontractors thereof, and/or other processors comply with the confidentiality referred to herein while these Terms of Service are in force in terms of the Company, unless the laws and regulations of the European Union and the Swiss Confederation impose the obligation to disclose the said information on the Processor or any of the above persons.
12.13. The Processor has the right to make the personal data available only to such subcontractors or subprocessors, against engaging of which the Controller has not objected within 10 (ten) business days since the Processor has informed the Controller on such new sub-processors.
12.14. The Processor is liable for the activities of its subprocessors.
12.15. The Processor shall have an obligation to ensure that the sub-processor or employee, or authorized person be fully compliant with the same data protection requirements and regulations that must be complied with by the Processor under this Agreement.
12.16. The Controller confirms that the Processor may entrust the processing of the personal data to the following subprocessors for the purposes of providing the Services:
a) Google Ireland Limited, Registration No.: IE 6388047V, registered office: Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland
12.17. Upon completion of the provision of the Services, the Processor shall have an obligation to delete the personal data received from the Controller, unless the Controller has given a written notice that such data must be transferred to the Controller before the termination of this Agreement; If the Processor is unable to delete the Personal Data at the Controller’s request, he shall notify the Controller thereof in writing.
12.18. The Controller or the authorized representative thereof shall have the right to carry out the audit of the Processor with a view to ascertaining whether the Processor complies with the personal data processing requirements laid down in this Agreement. If the Controller plans to perform such audit, he shall notify the Processor in writing on it at least 10 (ten) business days in advance. Then, the Controller and Processor shall agree on time and date of the audit as well as the scope of the audit.
12.19. The Processor shall make available any information to the Controller and/or his authorized person to be able to ascertain that the obligations set forth in the Agreement and the applicable laws and regulations are being performed/complied with, and to enable the Controller or another person authorized by the Controller to carry out an audit, including reviews, and provide assistance during them. The Processor shall promptly notify the Controller in the case if any request or instruction infringes, in his opinion, the requirements laid down in the laws and regulations. The Processor shall have the right not provide the Controller with information that is considered a commercial secret under applicable laws.
12.20. The Processor shall assist the Controller in notifying the supervisory authorities and data subject on personal data breach if the Processor has the relevant information that can be disclosed to the said parties under the applicable laws.
12.21. The Processor shall assist the Controller with performing a data protection impact assessment by providing the required information where the Processor has such information and it can be disclosed under the applicable laws.
12.22. Some of the personal data of the Patients can be collected and anonymized for the further scientific analysis and research. The anonymized data can be further used as evaluations for artificial intelligence to suggest treatments as well as for economic purposes to offer a better service to Company’s Users and patients. In such case, the User/Account holder are not required to act as controller.
13.1. The materials provided on the Web Application are provided "as is".
13.2. The Company makes no warranties, expressed or implied, and hereby disclaims and negates all other warranties, including without limitation, implied warranties or conditions of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement of intellectual property or other violation of rights. Further, the Company does not warrant or make any representations concerning the accuracy, likely results, security or reliability of the use of the materials on its Services.
13.3. We do not warrant that the Services will meet your specific requirements, will be uninterrupted, timely, secure, or error- and virus-free, and the results that may be obtained from the User of the Services will be accurate or reliable.
13.4. The Company expressly disclaims responsibility for interruptions of service to Users due to third party service providers including, but not limited to, server providers, font or content provider, and/or any online hosting service.
13.5. In no event shall the Company or its suppliers be liable for any damages (including, without limitation, damages for loss of data or profit, or due to business interruption, computer failure) arising out of the use or inability to use the materials on the Web Application, even if the Company or a Company authorized representative has been notified orally or in writing of the possibility of such damages. In no event shall the entire liability of the Company to you in respect of any Service, whether direct or indirect, exceed the fees (the “Fee”) paid by you towards such Service.
13.6. Materials appearing on the Web Application could include technical, typographical, or photographic errors. The Company does not warrant that any of the materials on its Services are accurate, complete, or current. The Company may make changes to the materials contained on its Services at any time without notice. The Company does not, however, make any commitment to update the materials.
The Company welcomes your feedback firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that any questions, comments, suggestions, ideas, feedback, or other information provided by you to us (“Comments”) are not confidential and you hereby grant us a worldwide, perpetual, irrevocable, royalty-free license to reproduce, display, perform, distribute, publish, modify, edit or otherwise use such Comments as we deem appropriate, for any and all commercial and/or non-commercial purposes, at our sole discretion.
The Company may revise these Terms of Service for Web Application or any other service provided as a part of the Services at any time without notice. By using these Services, you are agreeing to be bound by the then current version of these Terms of Service.
Any claim relating to the Services provided by the Company shall be governed by the laws of Switzerland and subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of the Swiss Confederation.
If you have any questions about these Terms of Service, please contact us at: email@example.com
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Last updated: June 8, 2021