De-identified dataUniversity Intellectual PropertyEmployee InformationSensitive Faculty ActivitiesStudent InformationDonor InformationCurrent Litigation/Investigation MaterialsContractsPhytractsPhysical Building DesignsFinancial Information has. Individual campus projects that do not comply with UC contracting guidelines [since UCSF has extended it from health data, we may need to refine it to avoid an avalanche of audits]. 3. All requests for access to UCSF-P3 or P4 data identified as high risk must be reviewed and evaluated by the EIS. With respect to projects with campuses, the EIS committee will make a recommendation on whether and under what conditions the final decision should be made, with the final decision left to the Chancellor. High-risk applications include: d. Third parties cannot disclose more data (including to a related company, unless explicit agreement) A rapid increase in malicious cyber activity and several well-known incidents in academic centres have led UCSF leaders to recognize that a thorough review of our data management and sharing practices was necessary to ensure adequate protection of our databases. Health data are defined as all information about the health, care and treatment of patients in the health field of UCSF Health or members of the health plan that: (1) result in a report used in the treatment or monitoring of a patient; (2) that a fee is created or that an invoice is made for services; and/or (3) is used for operations, financial management, public health activities or quality metrics. This data is considered source health data. The derived health data are all source health data, regardless of the complexity or complexity of the bypass. Prospectively collected clinical research data and related research results are not considered health data, as long as this data is collected and produced exclusively for an IRB-approved sponsored research study and the data is collected in accordance with the patient`s authorization and consent.
All other health data for subjects participating in clinical trials are considered health data as defined above. Non-health data are all other data collected at UCSF Health. 1. Exclusive: The third party has no right to use the data set that prohibits or restricts the use by the University of California (UC) for research, patient or educational purposes for any period of time. 2. Protected health information: Only unidentified health data (according to UCSF health standards) 1 can be considered for sharing. 3. High-risk datasets: Datasets focused on HIV, hepatitis, psychiatric diseases, laboratory abuse tests, sexual orientation and gender identity, and genetic testing must be verified by the Chancellor`s executive team and the Office of the President (UCOP) at the University of California. 4. Multi-campus data sets: Applications for registrations from more than one UC health campus must be reviewed by the Chancellor`s management team and by UCOP.
5. Data management: registration should not be aggregated into a larger third-party dataset and the dataset must be located in a secure and agreed-upon location. The third-party provider must manage strict access protocols, allow UCSF Health to monitor these protocols, and remove the dataset (and all associated backups) at the end of the project. 6. Use of the following data: Records cannot be resold, transferred or reused for purposes other than those described in the final agreement with the third party. 7. Publications: (if UCSF faculties are involved) resulting from the use of data sets, UCSF authors must be involved and contribute usefully to improving the health of our patients and society. Stat: Contract Offers Unprecedented Look At Google Deal To Obtain Patient Data It was the fall of 2015, when researchers from Google and the University of California, San Francisco, met for the first time