Clinical System Security: Interim Guidelines
BMJ (British Medical Journal). 1996 Jan 13; 312(7023): 109-111.
The BMA asked Ross Anderson to draw up interim guidelines on maintaining security in computerised patient information systems. We publish them here together with the principles on which they are based. The guidelines are designed to help clinicians avoid the most common serious mistakes in computer security and are being published to stimulate discussion of the issues. The principles are discussed fully in "Security in Clinical Information Systems," which is available from the BMA (Dr Fleur Fisher, Department of Ethics, Science, and Information).
Communication; Computer Communication Networks; Computers; Confidentiality; Computer Security; Consent; Ethics; Guidelines; Health; Health Care; Health Care Delivery; Health Insurance; Informed Consent; Institutional Policies; Insurance; Medical Records; National Health Insurance; Organizations; Patients; Physicians; Professional Organizations; Public Policy; Records; Science;
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