The Privacy, Confidentiality and Security Assessment Tool: protecting personal health information

UNAIDS

Based on privacy, confidentiality and security principles the Assessment Tool below was developed to assess in country the extent that the confidentiality and security of personal health information is protected at facility and data warehouse/repository levels and whether national guidelines exist including privacy laws. A Manual on the use of the Assessment Tool has been produced and is also available. A Working document of the Assessment Tool has been developed that can be downloaded and used to perform the actual assessments.

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November 29, 2016
Year of publication
2016
Resource types
Guidelines and Policies, Programmatic guidance, Tools, Training materials
Tags
confidentiality, personal health information, health information, privacy, data, health professionals, data management

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