Committeeon qualityofhealthcarein america

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Unformatted text preview: requests made to clinicians and patients to avoid disruption of clinical care or the private lives of individuals Desiderata for electronic consent Desiderata for electronic consent in healthcare, cont’d E. Coiera et. al., J. Am Med Informatics Assoc, 2004 9. Does not require expensive or burdensome infrastructure Author Observation: criteria are in conflict with one another, and no single model performs well against all 9 criteria Models for e­consent Models for e­consent E. Coiera et. al., J. Am Med Informatics Assoc, 2004 1. General consent = “opt in”. Patient accepts all provider policies (Notices of Information Practices). Most common current model. 2. General consent with specific denial. Patient accepts provider policies but denies consent for a) particular information or b) particular parties’ access or c) disclosure for particular purposes Models for e­consent Models for e­consent E. Coiera et. al., J. Am Med Informatics Assoc, 2004 3. General denial with specific consent = Paitent denies all access except for consent for a) particular information or b) particular parties’ access or c) disclosure for particular purposes 4. General denial = “opt out”. Each new episode of care requires explicit consent. (Likely scenarios for opt out: psychiatric care, drug rehab, sexually transmitted disease treatment). Implementation: Implementation: e­Consent objects Rights manageme...
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