Breaches of Health Information: Are Electronic Records Different From Paper Records?
Sade, Robert M
The Journal of clinical ethics 2010 Spring; 21(1): 39-41
Breaches of electronic medical records constitute a type of healthcare error, but should be considered separately from other types of errors because the national focus on the security of electronic data justifies special treatment of medical information breaches. Guidelines for protecting electronic medical records should be applied equally to paper medical records.
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