section 1 of this Act apply to such processing of personal data
at öppenvårdsapotekens retail of medicines etc. which
is completely or partially automated, or where the data
form part of a filing system or are intended to form part of a structured collection
of personal data, are available for searching or
compilation according to specific criteria.
Personal data relating to consumers and the competent
to order products may be processed for the purposes specified
in section 8.
Relationship to other laws
2 §/expires U: 2016-01-01/
In this law, terms and concepts that are also present in
the medicines Act (1992:859) has the same meaning as in the Act.
It as in this Act provided, in the case of medicinal products should also
apply such products and groups of products referred to in paragraph 3 of the
the medicines Act.
2 section/entry into force: 01/01/2016
In this law, terms and expressions that are also present in the medicines Act (2015:315) has the same meaning as in the Act.
It as in this Act provided, in the case of medicinal products shall also apply to such goods and product groups as referred to in chapter 18. section 2 of the medicines Act. Law (2015:324).
section 3 With community pharmacies as referred to in this law such
establishment for the retail sale of medicinal products is carried out with
authorisation pursuant to Chapter 2. section 1 of the Act (2009:366) on trade in
With the authorization referred to in this law as referred to in Chapter 2.
paragraph 1 of the law on trade in drugs has been authorised to
retail sale of pharmaceutical products.
Requirements for processing, handling and storage
section 4 of the personal data to be processed so that the individual's
Privacy is respected.
Documented personal information shall be handled and stored so
that unauthorized persons do not have access to them.
Relative to the personal data Act
paragraph 5 of the personal data Act (1998:204) applies to
öppenvårdsapotekens treatment of personal data, unless
subject to the provisions of this Act or the regulations issued in
connection to this law.
The individual's attitude to personal data treatment
section 6 of the processing of personal data is permitted under the
This Act may be carried out even if the individual disagrees with the
The processing of personal data which is not permitted under the
This law must nevertheless be carried out, if the individual has provided a
explicit consent to the processing.
paragraph 7 of the licence holder is responsible for the
personal data processing that is performed on an outpatient pharmacy.
Purpose of the processing of personal data
paragraph 8 of the personal data may be processed if necessary for
1. dispensing of medicinal products ordered, and ordered
goods covered by the Act (2002:160) on pharmaceutical benefits
accommodation as well as for measures relating to the processing,
2. disclosure of information to the E-hälsomyndigheten under 2
Cape. 6 § 5 or 7 teams (2009:366) on trade in
3. handling of complaints and recalls,
4. Administration of part payment of medicines and products
covered by the law on pharmaceutical benefits, etc.,
5. Administration of full powers to pick up medicines,
6. disclosure of information to the Inspectorate for health and
care, and national agency for their supervision;
7. reporting to prescribers on the exchange of drugs
According to the fourth paragraph of section 21 of the law on pharmaceutical benefits
8. health-related customer service,
9. to disclose the recipe or form to
10. systematic and continuous development and enforcement
of öppenvårdsapotekens quality, and
11. administration, planning, monitoring and evaluation of
öppenvårdsapotekens activity and the production of
Such processing of personal data referred to in the first subparagraph 5
and 8 may not extend to anyone other than those who have left their
consent to the treatment.
For the purposes referred to in the first subparagraph 10 and 11 may no
data are presented that can be attributed to a single
person. Team (2013:1027).
Processing of personal data for other purposes
section 9 in respect of the processing of personal data for other
purpose than that described in paragraph 8 of the terms of paragraph 9 (d)
and the second subparagraph personal data Act (1998:204).
10 § Identity may be used as a search term only in the case of
1. consumer, for the purposes set out in section 8, first subparagraph
1, 3 to 5, 8 and 9, and
2. a person who is authorized to order medicines, for the purposes
referred to in paragraph 6 and 7.
Prescribing the cause may not be used as a search term.
Disclosure on medium for automated processing
section 11, a personal task, may it be on medium
for automated processing.
section 12 of the licensee shall determine the conditions for allocating
of permissions for access to partially or completely automatically
processed data about consumers and the competent
to order medicines. This privilege is restricted to what
needed to the working in an outpatient pharmacy
to fulfil their duties there.
The Government, or Government authority determines,
provide for the assignment of permissions for access
to partially or completely automatically processed data.
section 13, the licensee shall ensure that access to
or partly automatically processed data about consumers
and those who are competent to order medicine, documented
so that they can be controlled. The licensee shall
systematic and periodic check if any unauthorized
access to such data.
The Government, or Government authority determines,
provide for documentation and control.
section 14 When personal data is no longer needed for treatment
According to the purposes of section 8, the task is removed.
Rectification and indemnity
section 15 of the provisions of the personal data Act (1998:204) about
rectification and Indemnity apply to the processing of
personal information under this Act.
section 16 of the licence holder shall ensure that the individual receives
information on personal data processing.
That information shall include information on
1. who is the data controller,
2. the purposes of the processing,
3. the obligation which may result from legislative or
4. confidentiality and security provisions that apply
for information and treatment,
5. the right to take part of the information referred to in section 26
personal data Act (1998:204),
6. the right under section 15 of the correction of inaccurate or
7. the right referred to in section 15 to damages in the treatment of
personal information in contravention of this Act;
8. what applies in the case of search terms,
9. what applies in terms of retention, as well as
10. whether the personal data treatment is voluntary or