Daniel r masys md director of biomedical informatics

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Unformatted text preview: interpersonal and organizational roles with respect to data 3. Patients who wish to exercise control over access to their data seldom understand the implications of their decisions 4. Personal preferences regarding data access change, sometimes suddenly 5. “Privacy Fundamentalism” – irrational political forces (“Nothing about me without me”) block efficient systems approaches Why is this so hard? Why is this so hard? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. The nature of biomedical data Complex interpersonal and organizational roles with respect to data Patients who wish to exercise control over access to their data seldom understand the implications of their decisions Personal preferences regarding data access change, sometimes suddenly “Privacy Fundamentalism” – irrational political forces (“Nothing about me without me”) block efficient systems approaches Differing perceptions of risk and benefit W orld Wide Web Hb 13.2 This wonderful video Hct38.0 camera can be yours if WBC 4.2 you’ll just send us your Visa or MasterCard $995 Patient­Centered Access to Secure Systems Online A National Library of Medicine Telemedicine Research Contract Dixie Baker, Ph.D. Chief Scientist Center for Information Security Technology Science Applications International Corp. Daniel R. Masys, M.D. Director of Biomedical Informatics University of California, San Diego Patient­Centered Access to Secure Patient­Centered Access to Secure Systems Online (PCASSO) Design Goals • To enable secure use of the Internet to access sensitive patient information • To enable providers AND patients to view medical data online • To develop a published, verifiable high­assurance architecture – Not proprietary – No “black box” or trade secret security PCASSO functions PCASSO functions...
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