Daily Archives: 22nd January 2019


The objective is to make sure investments in e-wellness are helping strategic goals of increasing efficiency and reducing costs, reducing mistakes, and improving individual outcomes. The prospective areas for evaluation described in the record are: Related StoriesCancer analysis improvements in England: an interview with Lucy Elliss-BrookesHealthcare technology cultural event of the year opens entriesDiabetic retinopathy therapy innovations: an interview with Richard Kirk, CEO of PolyphotonixData Privacy Patient consent models and mechanisms Patient-company relationship-based access controls Patient access settings Effective data security and data handling policies Data Confidentiality Role-based access control models Patient and service provider record sealing Identification and authentication Anonymization and pseudonymization Data Security Message integrity and communications protection Event audit and alerting IT security audit Network integrity Data Quality Error correction Data validation Program and interface qualification Standards-powered architecture Data Integrity Code integrity Program hardening Interoperability governance Standards-driven architecture and criteria management The new report draws intensely on Accenture’s experience supporting healthcare organizations’ efforts to transform administrative and medical systems, capture and manage data, develop evidence-structured insights, and connect fragmented health care systems. Continue reading