Information sharing describes the exchange of data between various organizations, people and technologies. There are several types of information sharing:
Information shared by individuals
Information shared by organizations
Information shared between firmware/software
Objectives of the topic session
Understanding the need from the stakeholders for such of a system (which healthcare data is interesting to share and with who?)
Understanding where it would be more useful (single organization with single premise, single organization with multiple premises, single organization with multiple premises cross border, multiple organizations with different combinations)
Understanding the key actors for information sharing in HCO and information system suppliers and how it might be grouped, e.g. according to level of responsibility, role, health sector context, etc.
Information on previous tools/knowledge/experience and any common/local policy or standards that will apply to the information sharing system
PANACEA Research has investigated cyber risk scenarios from multiple perspectives in the context of healthcare organisations. These include cyber-attack-driven, regulatory-driven and behaviour-driven risk analyses.
PANACEA’s investigation into cyber security reveals a lack of the required levels of cyber security across countries and healthcare organisations. Issues are multiple, from insecure behaviour to a lack of awareness about the many different types of cyber risks associated with such behaviour.