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The question you will ask your colleagues tomorrow…

27 October 2016

Imagine this happened to you: you post the healthcare data of all your fellow citizens for all the world to see. It recently became known that the Danish postal services had accidentally delivered a CD with the personal and medical information of over 5.3 million Danish people to a Chinese company instead of the Danish […]

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Why fax hasn’t been fixed yet…

27 October 2016

Did you know that 99 per cent of pharmacies regularly use fax for the exchange of data with healthcare providers? This was shown in a study on e-health that Nictiz published today. The explanation? Poor connections between systems for electronic data exchange. It is true, this is inconvenient. But why fall back on an old […]

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Can it be a byte more user-friendly?

27 October 2016

Many organisations are currently dealing with this issue. Employees who ‘quickly’ exchange privacy-sensitive information with good intentions. Easy? Yes! Safe? No! As a parent, I too experienced this the other day. By email, I received privacy-sensitive information about my son. I was glad about the quick notification, but the confidential email had been sent unsecured. […]

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