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Provision of healthcare security information services using the world-wide web

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The paper considers the continuing need for information security and associated awareness methods within modern European Healthcare Establishments (HCEs). It presents details of a novel security information dissemination service that will soon be offered as part of the new European Union ISHTAR (Implementing Secure Health Telematics Applications in Europe) project. The objective of the project is to increase the awareness of both the public and healthcare personnel on issues related to health data protection, by way of seminars and worldwide dissemination. The selected means of achieving the latter is to promote healthcare security issues over the Internet, utilising a dedicated server on the World-Wide Web. The paper examines the way in which the service will be implemented, the features that it will offer and the advantages that the approach provides. The principal point here is considered to be the easier availability of consistent security advice to a wide audience. © The authors 1996.

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Volume

34

Pagination

98-102

Location

Copenhagen, Denmark

Start date

1996-08-19

End date

1996-08-22

ISSN

0926-9630

eISSN

1879-8365

ISBN-13

9789051992786

ISBN-10

9051992785

Language

eng

Publication classification

E1.1 Full written paper - refereed

Editor/Contributor(s)

Brender J

Title of proceedings

MIE 1996 : Human facets in information : Proceedings of the Medical Informatics Conference Europe

Event

Medical Informatics Europe. Conference (1996 : Copenhagen, Denmark)

Publisher

IOS Press

Place of publication

Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Series

Studies in health technology and informatics

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