Practicing Preventive Ethics, Protecting Patients: Challenges of the Electronic Health Record
Satkoske, Valerie B
Parker, Lisa S
The Journal of clinical ethics 2010 Spring; 21(1): 36-8
Implementation of guidelines regarding breaches of electronic health information requires an anticipatory stance and physician and patient education regarding security and monitoring measures and methods of redress. Adopting a preventive ethics, rather than a crisis management, model may also increase physician awareness of how the information they choose to include and privilege within the health record may expose patients to added harms if not done mindfully.
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Unknown author (National Research Council (United States). Commission on Physical Sciences, Mathematics, and Applications. Computer Science and Telecommunications Board. Committee on Maintaining Privacy and Security in Health Care Applications of the National Information, 1997)
Forrow, Lachlan; Arnold, Robert M.; Parker, Lisa S. (1993)...We believe that applying the conceptual framework and practical strategies of preventive medicine to clinical ethics would improve the way in which physicians think about ethical conflicts or quandaries in patient care. ...
Forrow, Lachlan; Arnold, Robert M.; Parker, Lisa S. (1993-12)