Rules Of Ethical Conduct for Health Informatics
The rules is subdivided into six general duties
1. Subject-centred duties:
Focus on electronic records, with the aim of ensuring that the electronic documents are protected from potential abuse of their information.
2. Duties towards other HCPs (Health Care Professionals):
The primary focus is to give proper support, maintaining appropriate standards of data storage, and intellectual property while keeping HCPs informed of relevant information.
3. Duties Towards Employees/institutions:
Integrity, loyalty, evaluation of system’s security, ensuring an institution’s data is secure, alerting and informing the given organization of safety issues promptly.
4. Duties towards the society:
Under these functions, the proper collection, safeguarding of data, while at the same time avoiding activities that would be deemed as a violation of human rights
5. Self-regarding Duties:
The functions include recognizing a person’s limitations while maintaining competency and avoiding conflicts at all cost.
6. Duties towards the profession:
Under these features, a profession is not to be disrepute. The professions are also to exercise impartiality, and aid and keep up standards of professionalism among co-workers.