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If you are in the business of healthcare, whatever stage you are at on your digital health journey, this comprehensive guide to the protection of heath information is essential for reducing your risk.
Healthcare providers and organisations have a responsibility to protect the patient information they are the custodians of. These Guidelines provide established best practice for PHI protection and reduces the risk of inappropriate and insecure handling of personal and sensitive information.
[On collaboration of COACH and HISA on Guidelines] “This initiative is deeply rooted in COACH’s commitment to strengthening the use and impact of health informatics (HI) professionalism and practice and also well founded in the strong collaboration between HISA and COACH on many fronts.
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Peter is a research leader in Health Informatics with over 35 years’ experience in ICT serving both industry and academia. Since 1998 he has focused his safety engineering skills on eHealth systems.
Associate Professor, Edith Cowan University
Trish is e-health Research Group Leader and Associate Professor in the School of Computer and Security Science, Edith Cowan University, WA. She is Internationally recognised for her medical information security expertise, she applies 30 years’ experience in healthcare computing to practical outcomes in health security, mobile health, data quality, governance, and e-health software safety.
Emma practised as commercial lawyer and completed her Masters of Law focusing on privacy and shared health records and currently serves as the President of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (iappANZ). She is the CEO of Extensia, a leading Australian supplier of software for the health care sector and CEO of Edocx, an information logistics platforms used across all sectors.