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Does sharing patient information improve healthcare?
 

Does sharing patient information improve healthcare?

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Maintaining patient confidentiality is a duty of healthcare professionals, but what if sharing of patient data can improve the field of science and research, and healthcare as a whole?
 
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5 Dec 2016 - General
 
There is a healthy and ethical limit to the sharing for collaboration between a healthcare team. Privacy of a patient is valuable and the details they reveal to their doctors, should be handled delicately. But yes, there are times when information wi...
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Sharing patient cases and data will help us innovate and discover great improvements with our healthcare. Asking a permission from the consenting party will already save our violation of their privacy rights. However if consent has not been elicited ...
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According to my view, the answer is a yeas because if it is a session aor a clinical meeting, sharing patient's information will help the patient to find a better and early cure with the management improvements suggested by the professionals. But...
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As long as patients' name kept confidential then, sharing patients information is really vital for all healthcare professionals. In my experience, we did a case study where all necessary datas are collected. And we ask consent if it is ok from th...
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Sharing patient information among healthcare professionals is one of the ways by which we are able to improve clinical practice. However, if other professionals are not directly involved in the patient's care, patient confidentiality should be pr...
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Confidentiality plays an important role in healthcare. However, certain situations warrant the sharing of healthcare information of the patients. Specifically, if the doctor is having a doubt or question during the diagnosis or the treatment of a pat...
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The ethical principle of maintaining patient confidentiality as a core duty in the field of medicine is beyond a matter of moral respect, as it acts as a pillar that is essential in the bond of trust between a healthcare provider and the individual. ...
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