4 reasons why healthcare needs a digital code of ethics

4 reasons why healthcare needs a digital code of ethics

There is the distinct possibility that the best use of health information technology is to find new ways to listen to patients and enhance the doctor patient relationship rather than dictate or placate it. Ethics, and not data...

Why social media needs to have a code of ethics for clinical research

Why social media needs to have a code of ethics for clinical research

While social media and the Web’s collective usefulness as a research tool is significant, there are inherent ethical issues concerning consent, voluntariness, scientific merit and confidentiality that have yet to be addressed by the...

How fully homomorphic encryption can prevent infiltration of secure networks

How fully homomorphic encryption can prevent infiltration of secure networks

Research and advancements within technology are showing that fully homomorphic encryption can substantially limit the infiltration of secure networks, combat the offensive techniques used by nation-states and usher in a new generation...

Patients must know the perils of online medical research

Patients must know the perils of online medical research

Doing simple medical searches online can leave consumers vulnerable to a wide range of privacy compromises.

How to overcome roadblocks facing the security of embedded medical devices

How to overcome roadblocks facing the security of embedded medical devices

There are a variety of concerns in regards to protecting patient data collected on wearable devices. To secure the information a number of roadblocks must be identified and overcome.

Re-thinking doctor-patient communications in the digital age

In recent weeks, the appropriateness of email communication has come under heavy scrutiny as the media revealed that Hillary Clinton exclusively used a personal email account during her tenure as secretary of state. Professor Eric...

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