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Medical Privacy

Databases are built to organize and archive data/records and to allow for speedy and accurate extraction for our uses. Data and records are inputted by many; maintained by few; and extracted by many. Mistakes will happen, and wrong eyes will see and wrong hands may access confidential data.
1. How would you reduce and limit these mistakes?
2. What POLICY safeguards and/or guidelines would you adopt?

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Databases are built to organize and archive data/records and to allow for speedy and accurate extraction for our uses. Data and records are inputted by many; maintained by few; and extracted by many. Mistakes will happen, and wrong eyes will see and wrong hands may access confidential data.

1. How to reduce and limit security breaches for healthcare databases

To reduce and limit the potential of security breaches within the healthcare ...

Solution Summary

This solution discusses databases and archiving in medicine. It covers issues such as reducing and limiting mistakes as well as developing safeguards and guidelines. The discussion is a total of 220 words.

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