Centralised versus Decentralised Management of Patients's Medical Records

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serval:BIB_833385E42778
Type
Inproceedings: an article in a conference proceedings.
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Publications
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Title
Centralised versus Decentralised Management of Patients's Medical Records
Title of the conference
Medical Informatics in a United and Healthy Europe: Proceedings of MIE 2009
Author(s)
Quantin C., Coatrieux G., Fassa M., Breton V., Jaquet-Chiffelle D.-O., de Vlieger P., Lypszyc N., Boire J.-Y., Roux C., Allaert F.-A.
Publisher
IOS Press
ISBN
978-1-60750-044-5
Publication state
Published
Issued date
2009
Peer-reviewed
Oui
Editor
Adlassnig K.-P., Blobel B., Mantas J., Masic I.
Volume
150
Pages
700-704
Language
english
Abstract
For more than 20 years, many countries have been trying to set up a standardised medical record at the regional or at the national level. Most of them have not reached this goal, essentially due to two main difficulties related to patient identification and medical records standardisation. Moreover, the issues raised by the centralisation of all gathered medical data have to be tackled particularly in terms of security and privacy. We discuss here the interest of a noncentralised management of medical records which would require a specific procedure that gives to the patient access to his/her distributed medical data, wherever he/she is located.
Keywords
medical record, patient identifier, direct access, data security, privacy, e-health
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