Wiener, J. A., & Gilliland, A. T. (2011). Balancing between two goods: Health insurance portability and accountability act and ethical compliancy considerations for privacy-sensitive materials in health sciences archival and historical special collections. Journal of the Medical Library Association, 99(1), 15-22. This article provides the student with collection guidelines and policies that protect the integrity of the historical record while upholding the privacy and confidentiality of those who are protected by Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) or professional ethical standards.
Kruse, C. S., Frederick, B., Jacobson, T., & Monticone, D. K. (2017). Cybersecurity in healthcare: A systematic review of modern threats and trends. Technology and health care: Official Journal of the European Society for Engineering and Medicine, 25(1), 1–10. This article will explain that adoption of healthcare technology is arduous, and it requires planning and implementation time. Healthcare organizations are vulnerable to modern trends and threats because it has not kept up with threats.
Beck, E. J., Gill, W., & De Lay, P. R. (2016). Protecting the confidentiality and security of personal health information in low- and middle-income countries in the era of SDGs and Big Data. Global Health Action, 9, 32089. This article will help you see how the collection of personal health information is necessary, in order to develop longitudinal medical records and to monitor and evaluate the use, cost, outcome, and impact of health services at facility, sub-national, and national levels. It stresses that if health information is not held confidentially and securely, there are serious consequences.