Dodatkowe przykłady dopasowywane są do haseł w zautomatyzowany sposób - nie gwarantujemy ich poprawności.
Only de-identified data was be taken to Newcastle for analysis.
A web interface will allow researchers to view de-identified data.
De-identified data from these logs may be used to update and improve this site.
It provides a way to collate accurate de-identified data about health care in Australia from records.
De-identified data means it cannot be traced back to an individual," a Woolworths spokeswoman said.
De-identified data from our patient population is collected anonymously and shared with researchers to make progress in the treatment of chronic illnesses.
De-identified data is coded, with a link to the original, fully identified data set kept by an honest broker.
In terms of risk benefit ratios de-identified data are perhaps infinitely more valuable than identifiable data.
Collecting de-identified data from practices, aggregating and analyzing them to feedback to practices.
The possibility of linking de-identified data to other potentially identifying information (for example, birthdates, health insurance numbers) remains crucial.
Links exist in coded de-identified data making the data considered indirectly identifiable and not anonymized.
In some cases, therefore, the possibility of linking de-identified data to other potentially identifying information remains crucial. This is necessary in order to:
What is identifiable data? de-identified data? non-identifiable data?
Existing de-identified data is made widely available to researchers for use in peer-reviewed, ethically-approved funded research projects on the familial aspect of breast cancer.
In May, the chain bought 50 per cent of data analytics company Quantium, which sells de-identified data to other companies.
All analyses will be conducted using de-identified data in Brisbane (Australia) and Oxford (UK).
By the same token, there was an interesting debate about collapsing the third (de-identified data) and fourth (aggregate / statistical data) columns:
Dr Elizabeth Middlebrook is conducting the survey as part of a Masters Degree but will provide de-identified data to our Division.
The patient de-identified data is obtained via Internet by the Sentinelles doctors and directly streamed into a Geographic information system (GIS) database.
Development continues, with work underway to produce regular, de-identified data dumps allowing practices and the national body to create empirical reports on most common presenting symptoms and efficacy of treatments.
Coded de-identified data is not protected by the HIPAA Privacy Rule, but is protected under the Common Rule.
There have been no further requests from the College since the NIHB Program provided a download of de-identified data in early 2002, to be used in the development of the system.
Personal Health Information Registration Information De-identified Data Aggregated Statistical Patient care (access by caregivers, such as physicians, nurses, physiotherapists etc. next of kin, advocate, legal representatives)
The sharing of routine or de-identified data (that is, data that has had personal details removed) will require less governance than the sharing of highly sensitive personal information such as health data.
The study evaluated de-identified data for up to 6 million commercially insured US children and adolescents aged 6 to 18 years from the CVS Caremark PBM pharmacy insurance claims records.
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