The term “personal data” has become synonymous with health information, which includes a wide range of information about your health.
While many people are familiar with this term, there are a few things you need to know about personal data.1.
What is personal data?
Personal data is the information about someone that is collected about them and that is used in their health care or personal services.
For example, some personal data may include:Name, address, telephone number, date of birth, medical condition, and so on.2.
How is personal information collected?
A variety of activities are performed on people, such as:The following example shows the collection of data about a person in order to provide information about that person’s health.
The information that is being collected includes:1.
Social security numbers5.
Credit card data7.
Health insurance informationThe information is collected on the basis of a variety of circumstances, such a:1, birth certificate2, passport3, Social security number4, Medicare information5, credit card information6, health insurance information7, health care history8, and the like.
The collection is based on the information collected about a particular person and based on how the person is likely to be identified, such that an appropriate health care professional will be able to contact the person.
A person is identified when they:1) Are asked to provide the information to a health care provider2) Are requested to provide some form of medical information or to provide medical data to a service provider3) Are a part of a medical emergency response team4) Are subject to an active or suspected case of medical distress5) Are in contact with a health-care provider or health care worker, who is caring for them or their family, who has been prescribed certain medication, or who has made an appointment with a doctor or nurse6) Have been referred to a specific health care facility, such the hospital, clinic, or clinic-based service.7) Have received a diagnosis of a disease or condition that may affect their health, or have received a specific treatment for a condition or a health condition.8) Are receiving care from a hospital or a facility that is licensed to perform medical treatment, such such as a physician or nurse-midwife.
The following examples illustrate some of the types of data that may be collected about someone in relation to their health.
These examples illustrate the collection and use of data:1.)
The date and time of birth.
Data collection on this data includes:Birth date, gender, race, ethnicity, and marital status2.)
The name, address and telephone number of the person’s parent, guardian, or other person in the person, and a detailed description of the circumstances in which the information was collected3.)
The last date that the person was interviewed for health services.
Data may be requested to contact this person at the time of their birth or when they have completed their last day of care.
This may be for example, when they had an appointment at a health facility.
This information is used to determine their future health care needs and will be used to help plan and pay for their care.4.)
The current or last date of any medical treatment or medication that has been administered.
This can include medications, tests, procedures, tests results, or lab results.5.)
Any medical history that has ever been reported to the health care system.
Data will be collected when a person receives care from the health system.
For instance, they may be referred for medical testing, and health-related records such as their birth certificate, passport, or Social Security number will be shared with the health-system.6.)
The medical condition(s) for which they received care.
The data collection is used by the health plan to assess whether or not the person needs to be evaluated for the condition.7.)
The type of medication or tests that were administered.
These data are used to identify the type of treatment that is appropriate for the person to receive.
For a particular condition, it may be to treat the condition, or to prevent the condition from occurring.
For other conditions, it is to treat another condition, such health problems or medical problems.
The information collected from a health plan is stored in a number of databases and other systems that hold data.
These databases and systems may contain information such as names, addresses, phone numbers, and other personal information.
The individual’s name, gender and date of death, or the age, race and ethnicity, of a person’s birth is also recorded.
Information on a person is also stored for example on the person and in the health plans database.
The medical history is stored, too.
This includes information such information about the person as a person who has had a disease, or information that relates to their condition such as whether or the person has been