Electronic Care Plans and Medicolegal Liability
Australian family physician 2011 Jun; 40(6): 432-4
Government policy encourages the use of care plans in general practice, and developments in information technology have the potential to facilitate their use via a shared electronic care plan. Sharing a comprehensive set of patient data raises privacy issues and questions about the nature and extent of potential liability.
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