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Zeszyt Naukowy (49)

Edition: 2018

Articles count: 5

We kindly invite you to read the new issue of the Scientific Journal (No 49) of the School of Banking and Management. The whole issue deals with the contemporary problems of health care related to, among others, telemedicine, the consequences of the introduction of GDPR in the activity of medical entities and the new technological solutions that affect the problem of security and confidentiality of medical data.


1. TELEMEDICINE IN POLAND AND UKRAINE – CURRENT STATE AND FUTURE PROSPECTS

mgr Krzysztof Gajda, mgr Mariusz Kielar, dr Anna Petriunenko, dr Artur Romaszewski

The article discusses the issues of the current and future use of telemedicine services in Ukraine and Poland. Obviously, the situation in both countries is different but some phenomena are shared. This refers to the issues of ageing societies and the shortages in medical staff which emerge at least in some areas of both countries1. Recently, Ukraine adopted legal regulations regarding telemedicine. The article is an attempt to present how they differ from the Polish regulations and how they are implemented in Ukraine. The article presents the most important conclusions resulting from a comparative study of teaching systems at medical universities in the two countries with regard to the issues in question.

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2. NEW GDPR-RELATED PATIENT RIGHTS IN THE ACTIVITIES OF HEALTHCARE ENTITIES

mgr Krzysztof Gajda, mgr Mariusz Kielar, dr Artur Romaszewski, dr hab. med. Wojciech Trąbka

The Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation), below referred to as GDPR, granted several rights to data subjects irrespectively of the fact whether the processing is conducted pursuant to legal regulations, a consent or a contract. This is due to the fact that some of the rights are common to all persons whose data are processed. In the cases of processing that is based on consent, the catalogue of rights is wider.

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3. NEW TECHNOLOGIES – AVAILABLE INSTITUTIONAL AND SOFTWARE MEASURES TO PROTECT MEDICAL DATA

mgr Krzysztof Gajda, mgr Mariusz Kielar, dr Artur Romaszewski, dr hab. med. Wojciech Trąbka

The article discusses the impact of some new technological solutions on the security and confidentiality of medical data and presents possible institutional and software measures that support healthcare in the assurance of appropriate medical data security in compliance with the new regulations. Devices that monitor patient’s life parameters and other numerous telemedical solutions generate a significant amount of medical data that is subject to protection. Trade and telecommunications secrets may constitute a certain security system. The article discusses the development principles of IT systems: privacy by design and privacy by default, the new e-privacy regulation and codes of conduct as the elements that help improve the security of medical data. It also presents the role of risk assessment and software audit in healthcare entities with regard to personal data security.

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4. PERSONAL DATA SECURITY IN HEALTHCARE SYSTEM – NOT ONLY GENERAL DATA PROTECTION REGULATATION

mgr Krzysztof Gajda, mgr Mariusz Kielar, dr Artur Romaszewski, dr hab. med. Wojciech Trąbka

Due to the changes in the legal regulations concerning personal data protection that were caused mainly by the entry into force of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (General Data Protection Regulation), later referred to as GDPR, several articles were published on this issue and its impact on healthcare. However, in the opinion of the Authors, the problem in question is more complex and GDPR cannot be analyzed without the consideration of other regulations which are going to have a significant impact on the functioning of healthcare entities. Some of the problems concerning security that are related to the introduction of important EU regulations and other supplementary national acts are extremely rarely discussed in public. This, first of all, concerns the regulation that in

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5. IDENTIFICATION AND AUTHENTICATION OF ENTITIES AND DIGITAL DOCMENTS IN HEALTH CARE AS INDISPENSABLE ATTRIBUTES OF HEALTH CARE DATA AND INFORMATION SECURITY

mgr Szczepan Jakubowski, dr Artur Romaszewski, dr hab. med. Wojciech Trąbka

Numerous articles have been published recently that concern the issues of data protection, including data in health care. Their authors focus mainly on the GDPR regulations and the Polish act on data protection. Unfortunately, this does not apply to the regulations of other documents that are equally important, i.e. the eIDAS regulation (Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on electronic identification and trust for electronic transactions in the internal market and Polish regulations whose objective is to supplement and detail the U regulations within the scope defined in the legislation. Regrettably, very few publications concern the solutions included in eIDS with regard to health care. eIDAs is one of the most important regulations whose solutions are crucial to the health care system. Its main task is to increase the trust to e-transactions and provide a common basis for secure electronic interactions among citizens, companies and public authorities. This

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