Terms to be accepted by Users of the uMed Platform
1.1 These terms and conditions of use (Terms) explain how you may use the uMed Platform and any of its content (uMed Platform).
1.2 The operator of the uMed Platform is uMedeor Limited, a company incorporated in England and Wales under number 11067577 and whose registered office is at 8 Warner Yard, London, EC1R 5EY, (we, us or our). We can be contacted at 020 7861 4428.
1.3 We make the uMed Platform available for use by representatives of [the Customer]. These Terms apply to you as a representative of [the Customer] who is using the uMed Platform (you or your).
1.4 You must read these Terms carefully before using the uMed Platform. By using the uMed Platform or otherwise indicating your consent, you agree to be bound by these Terms and to comply with these Terms.
1.5 If you do not agree with any of these Terms, you will not be able to use the uMed Platform and will be logged off immediately.
2. User accounts
2.1 All passwords allowing access to the uMed Platform are individual and personal to you. They must be treated as confidential information and kept secure at all times. You must not:
2.1.1 Disclose any password to any other individual;
2.1.2 Use the password for any purpose not directly related to the intended use of the uMed Platform.
2.2 You must notify uMed immediately if you are aware of or suspect any unauthorised use, disclosure, theft or loss of any password.
2.3 uMed may, if it sees fit, suspend or block your access to the uMed Platform or use of your user account at any time.
3. Use of the uMed Platform
3.1 You may only use the uMed Platform in accordance with these Terms and for the following purposes (Permitted Purpose):
3.1.1 To review information and/or undertake actions that are required for the appropriate use of the services provided by Umedeor Ltd to the Customer
3.2 You are responsible for taking all measures necessary to:
3.2.1 Safeguard the confidentiality and security of the information available on or obtained from the uMed Platform;
3.2.2 Ensure that the information available on or obtained from the uMed Platform is only used:
- a) To the extent necessary to perform the Permitted Purpose; and
b) To the extent that it is legal to do so.
4. Data Protection and Privacy
4.1 uMed operates according to the current Data Protection legislation and it is important that we continue to do so.
4.3 In respect of any personal data you may obtain from the uMed Platform:
4.3.1 You must at all times handle it in accordance with the current Data Protection legislation.
4.3.2 You must not:
a) Use it for any reason other than the Permitted Purpose;
b) Share it with any individual other than for the Permitted Purpose;
4.4 You must not:
4.4.1 Combine any information obtained from the uMed Platform with any other information that is reasonably likely to lead to the re-identification of any individual; or
4.4.2 Take any step or make any attempt that is intended to or is reasonably likely to lead to the re-identification of any individual from the information obtained from the uMed Platform.
5.1 You must treat all information obtained from the uMed Platform as confidential.
5.2 You must not disclose or copy any information obtained from the uMed Platform unless:
5.2.1 It is reasonably necessary to do so for the Permitted Purpose;
5.2.2 You are required to do so by law.
6. Failure to comply
6.1 You and the Customer will be responsible for any of your actions or omissions which cause or facilitate a breach of the obligation of confidentiality and/or these Terms.
6.2 If we believe that you are in breach of these Terms, we may terminate access by you and/or the Customer to the uMed Platform and/or use of your user account at any time.
7. Monitoring Compliance
7.1 uMed is entitled to review and audit your activity on the uMed Platform in order to monitor compliance with these Terms. This includes inspecting and taking copies of the relevant records of your activity in order to verify your compliance with these Terms.
8. Governing Law
8.1 The laws of England and Wales apply to these Terms. Any disputes will be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.
Please contact us on email@example.com if you have further questions on these terms.