Wednesday January 29, 2020

Protecting patients with digital medical records

Of all the forms of digital data out there, health records must surely rate among the most sensitive. And yet, digitising them not only increases efficiency, but has the potential to save lives

4th November, 2018
Orla Cafferty, director of Datascan Document Services

It is widely acknowledged that technology is changing and advancing in every area of patient care, but as it does there is also a growing awareness of privacy and security issues. With the EU’s general data protection regulation (GDPR) now in place, the stakes have never been higher when it comes to medical records.

With the reporting on, and campaigns around, the GDPR, Datascan Document Service director Orla Cafferty says there is more...

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