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Policies & Procedures

Cancellation Policy

All cancellation requests must be made in writing by January 25, 2019 by completing the Cancellation Request Form. All cancellation requests will be processed after SECO 2019 in the form of a credit rollover. You will receive notification of your credit rollover within 60 days of processing. Credit rollovers are valid for SECO 2020 continuing education only. Please note that refunds will not be issued for cancellation requests. SECO regrets that refunds will not be given for no shows.

  • Credit rollovers will not be granted for unused hours.
  • Credit rollovers can be transferred to another person from the same company.
  • Continuing education credit is not awarded if a credit rollover is issued.
  • Credit rollover will expire if not used by SECO 2020.
  • No refunds will be given if the credit rollover is not used in full.
  • Refunds will not be issued for cancellation requests.

Send Cancellation Request Forms via email to education@secostaff.com, via fax to 770-451-3156 or mail to:

SECO International, LLC – Cancellation Request
c/o SECO Registration
4661 North Shallowford Rd
Atlanta, GA 30338

 

Americans with Disabilities Act

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) forbids discrimination against individuals with disabilities. If you require special accommodations to fully participate, please communicate your needs during the registration process.

 

Physician Payment Sunshine Act

The Physician Sunshine Act,§ 6002 of the Affordable Care Act (P.L. 111- 148 (2010)) (“the Sunshine Act”), requires eye product manufacturers to report attendance registration information for any SECO 2019 continuing education courses and/or meals or other items of value which are supported (in whole or in part) by grant funding from such companies. SECO’s sponsors in the pharmaceutical and device industries have asked SECO to assist them in gathering this information. In honoring these requests, SECO will attempt to gather and provide its sponsors with the information required by the Sunshine Act. To best facilitate this process, companies covered by the Sunshine Act should ensure that their National Provider Identifier (NPI) number is correct in the National Plan and Provider Enumeration System (NPPES) and that the address used for registration is the same as the primary office address reported to the states and to the NPI database. The Symposium Series is supported by the SECO 2019 Title Partners, Presenting Partners and Featured Supporters. As part of SECO’s commitment to complying with relevant legal requirements, we regret that meals cannot be provided to healthcare professionals licensed in the states of Massachusetts, Minnesota or Vermont, or who are affiliated with any state or federal institution that prohibits the acceptance of meals at industry-sponsored events. Alternative options are available for attendees that are licensed in one of these states, affiliated with any such institution or simply prefer not to accept a reportable meal during the Symposium Series. Please contact SECO International at (770) 451-8206 for more information on these requirements.

 

Photography Policy

SECO International may record part or all of this event. Registration and attendance to this event constitutes an agreement by the registrant with SECO International to use and distribute photographs or audio or video recordings made of the registrant during this event.

 

Indemnity of Liability

SECO International, LLC reserves the right to cancel the event without penalty, and accepts no liability for damages, financial or otherwise, incurred as the result of cancellation. SECO International, LLC will refund fees paid to SECO in the event of cancellation. Attendees are responsible for their safety in transit to and from this event, and all costs and risks assumed under arranging travel (travel and lodging costs, etc.). Vendors, speakers and suppliers of this event do not necessarily represent the views, opinions or policies of SECO International, LLC.