Too many visible functions in #digitalhealth is like too many pizza toppings at the end of a long day. Too much to take in.
It’s an exciting time to be in medicine, both as a professional and a patient or carer. It is in everyone’s interest in making sure that the progress in #healthtech works first time round….and keeps on working and being relevant.
Whether you are a data controller deciding which data should be used or a data processor in charge of keeping the health data in the cloud for example, how long you you should keep data for is something you should be proactively thinking about. The general principle is that you only keep it as longContinue reading “Health data – How long can / should I keep it?”
When you share patient data as a doctor, for example, referring your patient to a cardiologist colleague, you are ‘disclosing personal data’. You don’t have to disclose the transfer of the information to the patient or data subject if you are still respecting professional confidentiality. The receiver or recipient of this data then becomes theContinue reading “Sharing & transferring health data.”