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INFORMATION MANAGEMENT -POPI Volume 3 Issue 5 (ODO001/007/05/2014 = 4 ETHICS CPU'S)

INFORMATION MANAGEMENT -POPI Volume 3 Issue 5 (ODO001/007/05/2014 = 4 ETHICS CPU'S)

INFORMATION MANAGEMENT -POPI Volume 3 Issue 5 (ODO001/007/05/2014 = 4 ETHICS CPU'S)

Dr Nina Kriel
Dr Nina Kriel
on behalf of Synapse Optometry

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Launch date: 18 Sep 2017

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Last updated: 28 Apr 2018

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Dr Femida Visnani BSc OD (12 Feb 2018)
Simple and straightforward. Most of it is common sense.

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The right to privacy in the sphere of health- care has recently been brought under the spotlight by several unrelated, but contributing developments: 1. USA healthcare policy has embraced electronic health record (EHR) systems in an effort to curb spiralling healthcare costs. 2. The Protection of Personal Information Act was signed into law by the president of South Africa, and gazetted in November 2013. 3. Internet and communication technology is growing by leaps and bounds, together with portals where we easily share a great deal of personal information. What are the implications for privacy, particularly in healthcare? 4. The information age has proven to be a double edged sword: Patients and practitioners are bombarded with too much information, yet struggle to access pertinent, accurate and reliable information.

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The right to privacy in the sphere of health- care has recently been brought under the spotlight by several unrelated, but contributing developments:
1. USA healthcare policy has embraced electronic health record (EHR) systems in an effort to curb spiralling healthcare costs.
2. The Protection of Personal Information Act was signed into law by the president of South Africa, and gazetted in November 2013.
3. Internet and communication technology is growing by leaps and bounds, together with portals where we easily share a great deal of personal information. What are the implications for privacy, particularly in healthcare?
4. The information age has proven to be a double edged sword: Patients and practitioners are bombarded with too much information, yet struggle to access pertinent, accurate and reliable information.
Dr Nina Kriel

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Dr Nina Kriel
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Dr Femida Visnani BSc OD (12 Feb 2018)
Simple and straightforward. Most of it is common sense.

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