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A Model of Achieving Safe Interoperability of Medical Data in the Private Sector of Health Care in Romania

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  • Madalina-Elena RAC-ALBU
  • Marius RAC-ALBU

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The lack of interoperability in the private sector of medical services in Romania represents a big gap in completing a medical file for a patient who uses both private and public medical services. In this article is presented a model of an interoperable medical system in private medical services. This system has standardized medical documents (in conceptions) and interoperable medical documents (using documents interoperability standards). These are two different items, the first ones are referring to gathering the same medical records for all the patients for every medical field (e.g.: cardiology, dermatology etc.) and the second ones are referring to transport standards like HL7/CDA (Health Level 7/Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine). This new designed system has a big focus on protecting the personal data of the patients by respecting the European Law about personal data sharing (General Data Protection Regulation-GDPR) specially article no. 26 which requires pseudonymization and anonymization of personal da and medical records.

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  • Madalina-Elena RAC-ALBU & Marius RAC-ALBU, 2019. "A Model of Achieving Safe Interoperability of Medical Data in the Private Sector of Health Care in Romania," Informatica Economica, Academy of Economic Studies - Bucharest, Romania, vol. 23(3), pages 84-95.
  • Handle: RePEc:aes:infoec:v:23:y:2019:i:3:p:84-95
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