Security, safety, and related technology - the triangle of eHealth service provision(70 visite) Savastano M, Hovsto A, Pharow P, Blobel B
Stud Health Technol Inform (ISSN: 0926-9630print, 0926-9630linking), 2008; 136: 709-714.
Tipo di articolo: Journal Article, Research Support, Non-U. S. Gov'T,
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Parole chiave: Access To Information, Ethics, Biometry, Computer Communication Networks, Standards, Computer Security, Medical, Humans, Medical Informatics Computing, Medical Records Systems, Computerized, Patient Identification Systems, Statistics, Numerical Data,
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The developing of innovative solutions in the emerging eHealth market requires strong economic efforts which may be justified only in presence of particularly suitable boundary conditions. Among the factors retained of primary importance for the development of eHealth, a correct approach to id-management is unanimously considered fundamental. Three keywords in the id-management context appear particularly important: standardization, security and safety. Standardization may contribute to increase the size and duration of the eHealth market, while security and safety may encourage all the stakeholders to trust in a appropriate and safe management of all the very sensitive personal data involved in the eHealth applications. The aim of the present paper is analyzing some security and safety issues in eHealth from the particular prospective of the identity management and standardization. The paper highlights the mission of the EU funded "BioHealth" project whose mission is to increase the stakeholders' knowledge about existing and emerging standards in eHealth with particular reference to identity management.