Electronic Consent Channels: Preserving Patient Privacy Without Handcuffing Researchers
Shelton, Robert H
Science translational medicine 2011 Feb 9; 3(69): 69cm4
Advances in health information technology and electronic medical records have the tremendous potential to accelerate translational and clinical research. However, privacy concerns threaten to be a rate-limiting factor. By recognizing and responding to patient privacy concerns, policy-makers, researchers, and information technology leaders have the opportunity to transform trial recruitment and make it safer to electronically locate and convey sensitive health information.
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