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PHI

Hi all,

Does anyone store PHI in their OpenClinica database? How do you deal with allowing access by internet of such sensitive information? Is the password protection enough security?

thanks,
Julie



Julie Medalie
CTRIC
University of Maryland, DEPH
10 South Pine Street MSTF 257
Baltimore MD 21201
410-706-2060

Comments

  • Hi Julie,
    You should not have any PHI (identifiable) on a database. You may use a UI # or “unique identifier” and record on a cross reference sheet. Most medical facilities use some type of MR# or EMR # + UI# and date of entry to record on your CRF’s.
    Good luck.

    Regards,

    Pamela Beck
    Clinical Research Coordinator
    South Florida Radiation Oncology
    (O) 561-721-2464 or 561-795-9845 ext 160
    (F) 561-721-4188
    (M) 843-290-8000
    Sent: Friday, October 29, 2010 2:44 PM
    To: [email protected]
    Subject: [Users] PHI

    Hi all,

    Does anyone store PHI in their OpenClinica database? How do you deal with allowing access by internet of such sensitive information? Is the password protection enough security?

    thanks,
    Julie



    Julie Medalie
    CTRIC
    University of Maryland, DEPH
    10 South Pine Street MSTF 257
    Baltimore MD 21201
    410-706-2060
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