72 Washington & Lee Law Review Online 395 (2016)
12 Pages Posted: 2 Jun 2016
Date Written: May 31, 2016
Secondary health information research requires vast quantities of data in order to make clinical and health delivery breakthroughs. Restrictive policies that limit the use of such information threaten to stymie this research. While the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) for the new Common Rule permits patients to provide broad consent for the use of their information for research, that policy offers insufficient flexibility. This Article suggests a flexible consenting system that allows patients to consent to a range of privacy risks. The details of the system will be fleshed out in future work.
Keywords: privacy, data, health, IRBs
Suggested Citation: Suggested Citation
Konnoth, Craig, Classification Standards for Health Information: Ethical and Practical Approaches (May 31, 2016). 72 Washington & Lee Law Review Online 395 (2016). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2787288