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Title Medical data privacy handbook / Aris Gkoulalas-Divanis, Grigorios Loukides, editors
Published Cham : Springer, [2015]
©2015
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Contents Introduction to Medical Privacy -- A survey of anonymization algorithms for electronic health records -- Differentially Private Histogram and Synthetic Data Publication -- Evaluating the Utility of Differential Privacy -- SECRETA -- Putting Statistical Disclosure Control into Practice -- Utility-constrained Electronic Health Record Data Publishing Through Generalization and Disassociation -- Methods to Mitigate Risk of Composition Attack in Independent Data Publications -- Statistical Disclosure Limitation for Health Data -- A Review of Privacy Preserving Mechanisms for Record Linkage -- Application of Privacy Preserving Techniques in Operational Record Linkage Centres -- Privacy Considerations for Health Information Exchanges -- Managing Access Control in Collaborative Processes for Healthcare Applications -- Automating Consent Management Lifecycle for Electronic Healthcare Systems -- e-Health Cloud -- Preserving Genome Privacy in Research Studies -- Private Genome Data Dissemination -- Threats and Solutions for Genomic Data Privacy -- Medical Image Security -- Privacy Considerations and Techniques for Neuroimages -- Data Privacy Issues with RFID in Healthcare -- Privacy Preserving Classification of ECG Signals in Mobile e-Health Applications -- Strengthening Privacy in Healthcare Social Networks -- Privacy Law, Data Sharing Policies, and Medical Data -- HIPAA and Human Error -- De-identification of Unstructured Clinical Data for Patient Privacy Protection -- Challenges in Synthesizing Surrogate PHI in Narrative EMRs -- Building on Principles -- Epilogue
Summary This handbook covers Electronic Medical Record (EMR) systems, which enable the storage, management, and sharing of massive amounts of demographic, diagnosis, medication, and genomic information. It presents privacy-preserving methods for medical data, ranging from laboratory test results to doctors' comments. The reuse of EMR data can greatly benefit medical science and practice, but must be performed in a privacy-preserving way according to data sharing policies and regulations. Written by world-renowned leaders in this field, each chapter offers a survey of a research direction or a solution to problems in established and emerging research areas. The authors explore scenarios and techniques for facilitating the anonymization of different types of medical data, as well as various data mining tasks. Other chapters present methods for emerging data privacy applications and medical text de-identification, including detailed surveys of deployed systems. A part of the book is devoted to legislative and policy issues, reporting on the US and EU privacy legislation and the cost of privacy breaches in the healthcare domain. This reference is intended for professionals, researchers and advanced-level students interested in safeguarding medical data
Notes Includes index
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters and index
Notes English
Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed December 16, 2015)
Subject Medical records -- Law and legislation.
Patients -- Legal status, laws, etc.
Privacy, Right of.
Analytical, Diagnostic and Therapeutic Techniques and Equipment
Anthropology, Education, Sociology and Social Phenomena
Behavioral Disciplines and Activities.
Behavioral Sciences.
Computer Security.
Confidentiality.
Data Collection.
Delivery of Health Care.
Electronic Health Records.
Environment and Public Health.
Epidemiologic Methods.
Forensic Psychiatry.
Health Care Economics and Organizations.
Health Care Evaluation Mechanisms.
Health Care Quality, Access, and Evaluation.
Health Services Administration.
Human Rights.
Information Science.
Investigative Techniques.
Jurisprudence.
Medical Informatics Applications.
Medical Informatics.
Medical Records Systems, Computerized.
Medical Records.
Organization and Administration.
Patient Rights.
Psychiatry and Psychology
Psychiatry.
Public Health.
Quality of Health Care.
Records.
Security Measures.
Social Control, Formal.
Social Sciences.
Sociology.
Electronic Health Records.
Computer Security.
Confidentiality.
Data Anonymization.
Medical Informatics Applications.
Medical Records.
Form Electronic book
Author Gkoulalas-Divanis, Aris, editor
Loukides, Grigorios, editor
ISBN 3319236334 (electronic bk.)
9783319236339 (electronic bk.)
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