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Treating Confidential Information with Respect: A Guide to Confidentiality in Health and Social Care Presentation at the Heathcare Efficiency Through Technology Expo 2013
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Treating Confidential Information with Respect: A Guide to Confidentiality in Health and Social Care Presentation at the Heathcare Efficiency Through Technology Expo 2013

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Treating Confidential Information with Respect: A Guide to Confidentiality in Health and Social Care delivered at the Heathcare Efficiency Through Technology Expo 2013 by The Health and Social Care …

Treating Confidential Information with Respect: A Guide to Confidentiality in Health and Social Care delivered at the Heathcare Efficiency Through Technology Expo 2013 by The Health and Social Care Information Centre.

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  • 1. Treating Confidential Information with Respect A Guide to Confidentiality in Health and Social care Healthcare Efficiency Through Technology Expo (HETT): October 2013
  • 2. What is the Guide to Confidentiality? • Issued under section 265 of the Health and Social Care Act 2012 as guidance • Accessible to all – clear and unambiguous • Brings rules, principles and obligations together • Right balance between sharing and protecting data • Consistent with Caldicott2 • Supports good decision making • Based on five rules
  • 3. Connect with us www.hscic.gov.uk @hscic www.slideshare.net/hscic

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