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Re: Hipaa privacy rule vs gdpr and others

Posted by ert on January 19, 2019, at 17:20:23

In reply to Re: Designation of a data protection rjlockhart37, posted by ert on January 18, 2019, at 14:18:41

1 both prohibit a disclosure without prior consent except in certain circumstances like emergency or transfer to other involved people like specialists etc. in circumstances other than treatment, a written consent would be necessary with the ability of revocation.

2 right of erasure: the gdpr allows the right of erasure at anytime, whereas the hipaa does not. That actually signifies that medical data can be stored offline on a doctors computer for a longer time. But of course not online or public since that would mean a disclosure.

Both prohibit disclosing it and making money.




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