CEN ISO/TS 14265:2024

Health informatics - Classification of purposes for processing personal health information (ISO/TS 14265:2024)

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About this standard

Languages
English
Type
NBN
Standards committee
CEN/TC 251
Status
ACTIVE
Publication date
17 January 2024
Replaces
CEN ISO/TS 14265:2013
ICS Code
35.240.80 (IT applications in health care technology)
Withdrawn Date
Price
€ 121,00

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Summary

This document defines a set of high-level categories of purposes for which personal health information can be processed: collected, used, stored, accessed, analysed, created, linked, communicated, disclosed or retained. This is in order to provide a framework for classifying the various specific purposes that can be defined and used by individual policy domains (e.g. healthcare organisation, regional health authority, jurisdiction, country) as an aid to the consistent management of information in the delivery of health care services and for the communication of electronic health records across organisational and jurisdictional boundaries.
Health data that have been irreversibly de-identified are outside the scope of this document, but since de-identification processes often includes some degree of reversibility, this document can also be used for disclosures of de-identified and/ or pseudonymised health data whenever practicable.
This classification, whilst not defining an exhaustive set of purposes categories, provides a common mapping target to bridge between differing national lists of purpose and thereby supports authorised automated cross-border flows of EHR data.