Patient's information rights: strategies for information security in the electronic environment

Mahtab Karami, Reza Safdari, Ahmad Soltani

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In E-health, one of the most important achievements to achieve patient-centered care is EHR. In patient-centered care, the goal is the availability of all patient information to clinicians to make best decision for the patient. Create an environment for sharing information and e-health information caused security and privacy of health data patients to become hot and challenging topic. So in this regard, healthcare organizations are necessary to create security strategies to protect patient's information rights. This review article outlined how to develop a security plan to protect health information and health information systems inside of improving quality of care to achieve three main objectives related to security such as confidentiality, integrity and availability around three main axial: administrative, physical, and technical safeguards.


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Security; Patient's information rights; Electronic environment

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