If you work in #digitalhealth it is important that you deal only in facts and validated information to retain credibility. Over the past years, months and days, we’ve all been exposed to #fakenews in one form or another. Some of it is obvious and maybe even funny. Other fake news maybe less obvious, especially ifContinue reading “Straight from the horse’s mouth – or where to go for verified information about #coronavirus or any other medical topics.”
Sometimes reading a blog post or an article is hard to fit in. Try getting your updates with these podcasts in ENGLISH by Dr Alice Byram. An introduction to the GDPR for doctors. The difference between anonymisation and pseudoanonymisation in health data – stay compliant with GDPR. More to come…
Too many visible functions in #digitalhealth is like too many pizza toppings at the end of a long day. Too much to take in.
Despite all the best will in the world and processes in places, data breaches can happen. It can be as simple as a lost USB with patient information or a more sustained hacking attempt which affects only your clinic or you as part of a wider organisation which has been maliciously attacked. Informing the supervisoryContinue reading “Lost USB? Hacked? What to do in the case of a data protection breach?”
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.