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AccessPose : Season 1 Episode 2

Access to health care is defined as having timely use of personal health services to achieve the best possible health outcome (IOM, 1993). Access requires gaining entry into the health-care system, getting access to sites of care where patients can receive needed services, and finding providers who meet the needs of patients and with whom patients can develop a relationship based on mutual communication and trust (AHRQ, 2010). Clinicians note that timely access to health care is important inasmuch as it might enable patients and physicians to prevent illness, control acute episodes, or manage chronic conditions, any of which could avoid exacerbation or complication of health conditions (NCHS, 2017b).

AccessPose : Season 1 Episode 2

Computerization poses problems for the protection of privacy and confidentiality, but it also offers new opportunities for protection. For example, access to records and to defined parts of records can be granted, controlled, or adapted on a need-to-know (or function-related) basis; this means that users can be authorized to obtain and use only information for which their access is justifiable. It will also be possible to implement authentication procedures (discussed below) and to implement and publicize the use of methods to permit the HDO to know if anyone has browsed in the databases, who has done so, and which data were accessed. Automation could also greatly mitigate the disclosure that now occurs when, for instance, an entire medical record is copied to substantiate a claim for a single episode of care, and software could prevent the printing or transfer of database information to other computers. 041b061a72


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