In Whose Interest? Current Issues in Communicating Personal Health Information: A Canadian Perspective
Mark Weitz, Neil Drummond, Dorothy Pringle, Lorraine E. Ferris, Judith Globerman, Philip Hébert, C. Shawn Tracy & Carole Cohen
Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics 31 (2):292-301 (2003)
AbstractThe continuing spread and development of electronic data interchange in health care settings is fuelling a significant global debate about the practicality, ethics, and legality of such a practice. The uncertainties implicit in this debate are particularly acute in the context of disease or population groups for whom multidisciplinary, multipleagency teamworking has become acknowledged as the “best practice” for providing effective and timely care or support. The greying of the population is a demographic phenomenon that will have a profound impact on the health care system, social care agencies, and caregivers, and will require a greater degree of service coordination in order to meet the complex care needs of both care-receiver and caregiver.
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