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Patients were unauthorized sequel in electronic patient record
The medical records of 1.3 percent of the people who are in the successor to the electronic patient record, have been put without that people had demonstrable permission. That concludes the Data Protection in a sample.
In a sample among 149 random people from the National Switch, the successor to the electronic patient record, CBP concluded that investigated two of the 149 no one could prove that they had given permission to be included in the LSP. Six others were, however, permission, but who received permission before they gave enough information to make an informed choice.
CBP has VZVZ took place, which is responsible for processing the personal data of the LSP, is asked to take measures to ensure that in future no unauthorized state in the successor to the electronic patient record. Such measures has been implemented VZVZ took place. These include a guarantee that the software only allows to exchange medical data established that the patient’s consent.
The LSP is the successor to the electronic patient record of a government initiative, not by the Senate came . Then followed a restart , but now must allow patients themselves to get to it.Viewing:-96
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