NHS Digital resources to help you be safe using health technology
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This is pertinent guidance that talks about four key areas such as instant messaging apps, video conferencing, bring your own device (BYOD) and mobile device use in hospital.
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This document outlines key aspects such as encryption, passcode use, notification issues and remote wiping- key aspects with most of the following guidance.
The guidance does not specify which apps to use despite mentioning a few and ignores apps specifically used for secure healthcare instant messaging like Siilo, Forward and Cupris to name a few. This was covered in our previous episodes of the eGPlearning Podblast about GDPR and our interview with Dr Aisha Malik.
This guidance offers information about the use of video conferencing as a service provider, clinician and aspects for patients to be aware. It is also offers a template consent form citing that use should not be compulsory. These are interesting aspects which are covered in more detail in the upcoming eGPlearning Podblast episode out at the end of this month. Click the links below to make sure you subscribe for this episode which talks in depth about video conferencing in primary care.
Increasingly BYOD is being considered for healthcare delivery given the lower cost to organisations and increasing in remote and part time working. This document does outline key issues to consider as both a provider and user. Particularly focusing on safety and responsibility such as two factor authentication, sandboxing of software and remote wiping of data.
Mobile device use in hospitals.
How devices are used is changing. This document does outline key considerations and regulations that are applicable. The last sheet is an excellent summary.
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