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Protection framework and safety standards related to electronic health records

Protection framework and safety standards related to electronic health records

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The traditional clinical history corresponds to the medical record about the treatment received by the patient during the period of his/her illness. The clinical records are legal documents under the principle of confidentiality between doctor and patient. This paper corresponds to a practical application of a secure electronic health record (EHR) system in the cloud at the Vega Baja Hospital in San Bartolome in Orihuela (Alicante, Spain) taking in account a series of European Directives, recommendations of the European Council of the protection medical data, safety standards in EHRs, and rules of security for healthcare communication. Here, the case study presents an application implemented completely in the cloud.

Chapter Contents:

  • 11.1 Introduction
  • 11.2 Framework for the protection of personal information in the healthcare context
  • 11.3 Special protection for sensitive data and prohibition of the processing of personal data
  • 11.4 Medical data processing by a professional
  • 11.5 Safety standards in EHRs
  • 11.6 Security for healthcare communication
  • 11.7 Case study: implementation of a secure EHRs system in the cloud
  • 11.8 From the optional computer to the cloud
  • 11.9 Application implemented completely in the cloud
  • 11.10 Conclusion
  • References

Inspec keywords: security of data; cloud computing; electronic health records

Other keywords: clinical records; healthcare communication; electronic health records; cloud computing; EHR system

Subjects: Information networks; Data security; Medical administration

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