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Adolescent Privacy: Solve This Problem or I'll Text You

Adolescent Privacy: Solve This Problem or I'll Text You

Adolescent Privacy: Solve This Problem or I'll Text You

Susan J. Kressly, MD
Susan J. Kressly, MD
on behalf of Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society

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Launch date: 13 Dec 2018
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Last updated: 16 Jun 2021

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Ms JANE MWANGI BSc (19 Sep 2020)
good course for adoption while dealing with adolescents and especially those who come in escorted by their parent/guardians ,there is need to request the parent guardian to step out to allow them open up to the care-giver in resource limited areas and ensuring and assuring the adolescent of confidentiality
Ms LINET OKODE BSc (15 Sep 2020)
great information

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Adolescent privacy has been a problem with EHR functionality since pediatricians and family doctors began to adopt technology (and many were early adopters!) Patients and users have been begging for a solution and adolescent patients and their providers are creating work-arounds to store data, communicate and share information. This problem has been compounded with improved data sharing as local solutions cannot be trusted to protect privacy when electronic data is transmitted. Explore the current gaps and challenges via case-based examples and review creative solutions. Review the solutions proposed in Meaningful Use 3 and what work remains to be done.

Objectives

Identify unique challenges in adolescent privacy through case-based examples
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to identify unique challenges in adolescent privacy through case-based examples
Describe the implications of the current state of privacy functionality on the care of adolescents
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to describe the implications of the current state of privacy functionality on the care of adolescents
Discuss one approach to addressing adolescent privacy concerns with data management in the EHR
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to discuss one approach to addressing adolescent privacy concerns with data management in the EHR
Compare solutions proposed within Meaningful Use 3 specifications to the entire spectrum of needed functionality and identify remaining gaps
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to compare solutions proposed within Meaningful Use 3 specifications to the entire spectrum of needed functionality and identify remaining gaps
Formulate a call to action for appropriate stakeholders to solve this problem
On completion of this course, the learner will be able to formulate a call to action for appropriate stakeholders to solve this problem
Susan J. Kressly, MD

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Susan J. Kressly, MD
on behalf of Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society

Dr. Susan Kressly is a general pediatrician and founding partner of Kressly Pediatrics in Warrington, PA. Her interest in combining technology, high quality pediatric medical care, and business leadership has been instrumental in the practice’s NCQA PCMH Level 3 recognition and their continual ability to thrive in today’s challenging healthcare market. When Sue started her practice in 2004, she did so embracing technology and was quick to recognize the power of well implemented functionality. She participated in the child health work group for CCHIT and became board certified in Clinical Informatics in 2014 and currently serves as medical director for Office Practicum, the EHR around which her practice was built. She currently serves as the immediate past-president for the Pennsylvania Chapter of the AAP. Dr. Kressly is very involved in the adoption of HIT and dedicated to promoting pediatric functionality to support quality initiatives. She has been involved in multiple HIT initiatives in Pennsylvania including bi-directional functionality of the PA-SIIS, the PA eHealth Initiative and the CHIPRA grant. Most recently, Sue participated in the HIMSS Immunization Integration Technical Advisory Panel. Sue is a strong believer in using data to improve quality of pediatric care and to promote adequate payment. As such, she leads a quality initiative team for the PA Chapter. She is also active in the QuIIN and ePROS networks at the AAP. She currently serves on the AAP's Child Health Informatics Center Pediatric Advisory Committee and recently participated in the Task Force on Pediatrics Practice Change. Sue believes that all children deserve access to high quality medical care delivered within the context of a medical home and that adequate financial support and technology that works for pediatric practice is essential.

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Ms JANE MWANGI BSc (19 Sep 2020)
good course for adoption while dealing with adolescents and especially those who come in escorted by their parent/guardians ,there is need to request the parent guardian to step out to allow them open up to the care-giver in resource limited areas and ensuring and assuring the adolescent of confidentiality
Ms LINET OKODE BSc (15 Sep 2020)
great information

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