Personal Health Data: Patient Consent in Information Age
Studies in health technology and informatics 2011; 169: 58-62
In this paper we report on findings related to treatment of patient consent in various circumstances and geographic domains; explore transfer of health data between custodians and geo-political entities; and emphasize importance of educating general public about issues related to handling health data. A specific set of questions about consent/legislation and related issues in the Canada, the USA and the EU are addressed in an attempt to answer them systematically. This comparison identifies similarities and differences along a set of dimensions.
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