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Electronic Health Records: Secondary Use Data interoperability Stream B: Some thoughts
Who has got….?
ME : the shopper Supermarket Loyalty card Tailored offers Purchasing (eating) habits Family data
ME : the shopper Theme Park deals Wine Deals Supermarket Loyalty card Tailored offers Holiday deals Purchasing (eating) habits Family data
ME : the shopper Theme Park deals Wine Dealers Supermarket Loyalty card Tailored offers Car Insurance deals Holiday deals Travel insurance deals Purchasing (eating) habits Family data Lifestyle risk assessment
ME : the shopper Theme Park deals Wine Dealers Supermarket Loyalty card Tailored offers Car Insurance deals Holiday deals Travel insurance Dental insurance Purchasing (eating) habits Eating habits Health insurance Family data Lifestyle risk assessment
ME : the shopper Theme Park deals Wine Dealers Supermarket Loyalty card Tailored offers Car Insurance deals Holiday deals Travel insurance Dental insurance Purchasing (eating) habits Eating habits Health insurance Family data Lifestyle risk assessment advice… inducements… sanctions??
If Delhaize and Tesco can do it.. why can’t health organisations? Lack of –Political will –Financial imperative –Consumer (patient) incentive All these ………. Which means
Patient/ clinical carers goodwill and the appropriate legal environment is vital to secondary use of EHR
Patient/ clinical carers goodwill and the appropriate legal environment is vital to secondary use of EHR without semantic interoperability it is just………. But
Patient/ clinical carers goodwill and the appropriate legal environment is vital to secondary use of EHR without semantic interoperability it is just so much hot air but
If Delhaize and Tesco can do it.. why can’t health organisations? –Political will –Financial imperative –Consumer (patient) incentive –separate data systems, design, content, structure ……..
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