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ISO/TR 21089:2004

Health informatics - Trusted end-to-end information flows

ISO/TR 21089:2004 offers a guide to trusted end-to-end information flow for health(care) records and to the key trace points and audit events in the electronic entity/act record lifecycle (from point of record origination to each ultimate point of record access/use). It also offers recommendations regarding the trace/audit detail relevant to each.

It offers recommendations of best practice for healthcare providers, health record stewards, software developers and vendors, end users and other stakeholders, including patients.

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International Organization for Standardization [ISO]

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