Healthcare Payment Insider Commenting Guidelines
Our blog is intended to be a place for you to connect with us and each other and to share ideas on a wide range of topics affecting the healthcare payments community.
The blog is moderated, and all comments are reviewed by our team before being posted. To ensure a safe, positive experience for everyone, we ask you to be aware of our posting policy and to follow a few simple rules when participating in the conversation:
Please confine your remarks to those that are:
- Clean and respectful. Comments that contain personal attacks, harassment, profanity, or offensive, defamatory, hateful, or abusive language are not permitted.
- On topic. If you have an off-topic idea you’d like to share, please visit www.healthcare.usbank.com and click “Contact Us.”
- Sensitive to privacy and confidentiality concerns. Please avoid including information that could pose a risk to someone’s accounts or privacy.
- Unrelated to personal account issues. We are unable to address specific account issues on this blog. If you have a question or a concern about your account, you can reach our Customer Service representatives at: http://www.usbank.com/en/personal/PersonalCustomerService.cfm. You may also visit www.healthcare.usbank.com and click “Contact Us.”
- Legitimate. No spam or link baiting.
- Legal. Our page may not be used to engage in illegal activity or to post fraudulent or misleading information.
- In plain text. No URLs, please.
Please note that we cannot accept comments from individuals under the age of 13.
Comments that are not compliant with our guidelines will not be posted.
If you are an employee of U.S. Bancorp or any of its affiliates, you’re welcome to comment on our blog. Just remember that if your comment mentions a U.S. Bank product or service, you need to identify yourself as being an employee.
All statements and viewpoints expressed in the comments are strictly those of the commenter and do not constitute an official position of U.S. Bank, unless the commenter is an authorized representative of the bank. We do not validate assertions or forward-looking statements in the comments.
We reserve the right to change these guidelines at any time, at our sole discretion.