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Тенденции в собствеността върху пациентската информация

M. Мирчев, A. Kерековска


Живеем в силно дигитализиран и хиперсвързан свят, в който различни видове информация се създават, компилират и трансферират с удивителна скорост и лекота. Технологичните възможности са почти неограничени, но докато осигуряват подобрения за различни аспекти от живота, те също така поставят и важни въпроси, които засягат интересите на индивидите. В областта на общественото здравеопазване това е много чувствителна тема. Покрай динамичното дигитализиране на данни, един от тези въпроси адресира собствеността върху пациентската информация. Това е особено актуален проблем в контекста на нарастващото безпокойство, свързано със защитата на личните данни. Целта е насочена към анализиране на актуални тенденции, засягащи собствеността върху пациентската информация - от нормативен и етичен аспект. Резултатите очертават три основни тенденции - публична собственост върху информацията, частна собственост върху информацията и регулации, небазиращи се на правото на собственост.


patient information, ownership, regulation, justice

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