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Who owns the Data??? Dentist denied access to patient Data Base

December 10, 2018

Key Dental received a notification from its EMR vendor MOGO that it would not return the dental group’s EMR database as required at the termination of its end user license agreement. It violates both the EULA and several portions of HIPAA. As Key Dental can no longer view or monitor the database to ensure the […]

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Charts in the Cloud, who owns the data?

August 2, 2016

When we buy a paper book or a DVD video what we are really doing is assuring access to that “content” whenever we want. If we want to read it or view it we just go to the shelf and get it. But if we can just go to the Internet and get it streamed […]

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Who Owns the Data?

October 2, 2014

In case you missed it: Dentalcompare from Nov 2012 As a dentist you create data as a byproduct of doing dentistry. You can’t help it. The data oozes out of the practice. The question is who owns the data?… For example if a dentist in Cleveland using imaginary PMS Softrix wishes to give away some […]

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Who Owns the Data?

June 21, 2013

The critical question, “Who owns the data?” the only acceptable answer is the dentist owns the data. However that also means the dentist must be able to exercise the usual functions of ownership. Only the dentist can decide who has access to the data. And the dentist can decide to take the data somewhere else […]

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Who Owns the Data? | Dentalcompare.com

November 29, 2012

This week on Dentalcompare As a dentist you create data as a byproduct of doing dentistry. You can’t help it. The data oozes out of the practice. The question is who owns the data? via Emmott On Technology: Who Owns the Data? | Dentalcompare.com.

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Who Owns the Data? Good Question

October 24, 2012

I think the following comment regarding this post from last week is worth highlighting. You are right on target about the PMS companies NOT owning the data in the PMS. So it baffles me that Henry Schein has take the opposite stance with Dentrix G5. If you don’t already know – they have encrypted the […]

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Who Owns the Data?

October 17, 2012

When you visit a medical or dental office in the future you won’t be handed a clip board and paper forms, all your personal and medical data will be stored on the cloud. The medical / dental office will merely request a download and all the data will be available instantly. No forms, no guessing […]

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“Who Owns the Data?” Privacy’s Death Toll

June 27, 2012

Directly related to the big question; who owns the data? A new look at the Vioxx debacle suggests that HIPAA’s privacy regime may have contributed to 90 thousand unnecessary heart attacks and 25 thousand premature deaths…These are the consequences of HIPAA’s overcautious privacy rules. HIPAA allows health providers and insurers to release patient health information […]

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Who Owns the Data?

April 10, 2012

Follow this link to my most recent Inscriptions article on a very important subject we will need to pay more attention to in the future; Who Owns the Data? INSCRIPTIONS: April 2012. If you ask patients the immediate and unequivocal answer is that they, the patients, own the data. That seems right, each patient should […]

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Who Owns the Data?

May 11, 2010

Hmmm, does that mean a dentist is in violation if he/she uses the video camera to record a patient testimonial and puts it on a dental practice website? …something very important, that the vast majority of both consumers and video professionals don’t know: ALL modern video cameras and camcorders that shoot in h.264 or mpeg2, come […]

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HIMSS19: Loud and clear message from feds on patient data: It belongs to patients

March 14, 2019

From FierceHealthcare: Officials put industry stakeholders on notice over efforts to block patients’ access to their data. The Department of Health and Human Services made public several proposed rules aimed at increasing consumer access to their health data, but whether these regulations lead to the long-held goal of industrywide interoperability will take years to determine. Source: HIMSS19: Loud […]

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Poll: Most Americans Would Share Health Data For Research

January 12, 2015

From NPR, Interesting: A NPR-Truven Health Analytics Health Poll found that data privacy didn’t appear to bother most respondents. Privacy worries ran highest for information held by health insurers, but even then only 16 percent of people expressed concern. via Poll: Most Americans Would Share Health Data For Research : Shots – Health News : […]

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Anti-Buzz: Metadata

November 16, 2013

In case you missed it: This Antibuzz was first publiched in July: The Buzz: Data The Anti-Buzz: Meta So we got a new buzzword while I was gone: Metadata. Here are two links to get you up to speed if you don’t know what I’m talking about. It might be fair to call “metadata” an anti-buzz […]

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Anti-Buzz: Big Data

May 25, 2013

As we all know I am apt to tie my work together with your from time to time. This is one of those times. Last week I pointed out that as dentists you enjoy freedom the complexities of facile information. You are masters of a rare skill and that expertise can’t ‘go viral,’ spread across […]

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How Big Data Will Impact Our World More Than the Internet Has

December 17, 2012

Big data has amazing potential to improve the human condition via advancements in medical and dental care. But what about privacy? Asked about privacy concerns, the panel talked about individuals owning their “data exhaust” and their worries about data security and control. But as Smolan said, if 10 years ago someone told you that they […]

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Open Access For Medical Data

November 25, 2011

The linked article describes how researchers can aggregate data from diverse digital sources. The data  can then be available for anyone to use for research. Collection of biological data used to be the sole preserve of scientists doing research. But with sensors and communications networks getting so cheap bottom-up biological and biomedical research is already […]

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Who owns that phone?

June 22, 2011

The linked article by law professor Glen Reynolds discusses the recent kerfuffle with Apple possibly attempting to control the use of iPhone video. It also raises a question of ownership. When Americans buy an iPhone or other gadget, we tend to think that, since we paid for it, we actually, you know, own it. But […]

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Harvard curator examines the worth of a digital work of art

April 6, 2021

From Harvard Gazette: A digital collage of 5,000 images by the artist known as Beeple fetched an eye-popping $69 million at auction last week as a non-fungible token, or NFT, a type of digital file that uses computer networks to prove a digital item’s authenticity, paid for in cryptocurrency. It was a striking sum for something […]

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Deleting your Facebook account permanently deletes your entire paid Oculus VR library

November 12, 2020

From CNET: If you delete Facebook and have an Oculus VR headset, you’ll lose your entire paid gaming library. And you won’t be able to get your Oculus VR games back if you make a new account, Source: Deleting your Facebook account permanently deletes your entire paid Oculus VR library – CNET Another instance of the […]

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The West Is One Real Crisis Away From a Skynet-Style Surrender of Privacy

March 16, 2020

From Belmont Club: As the outbreak spreads in the West, some will demand the creation of an equivalent system — in the interests of public health, of course. It is here where the absence of public policy treating private data as property and speech will be most felt. Google is already able to provide exactly the […]

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