Patient Data Regulation (2008:360)

Original Language Title: Patientdataförordning (2008:360)

Subscribe to a Global-Regulation Premium Membership Today!

Key Benefits:

Subscribe Now

Read the untranslated law here: http://rkrattsbaser.gov.se/sfst?bet=2008:360

Introductory provision



section 1 of this Regulation shall apply to the processing of

personal data in the health care system that is fully or

partially automated and governed by patient data law

(2008:355). The terms and abbreviations used in the law have

the same meaning in this regulation.



Of the Regulation (1985:796) with certain appropriations for

The National Board of health to provide accommodation, there are additional

rules that connect to patient data law.



Appropriations



section 2 of the National Board may, after consultation with the Swedish Data Inspection Board,

provide



1. If the assignment of permissions for access to information

kept wholly or partly automated according to Chapter 4. section 2 of the

patient data law (2008:355) and if such allocation of

privileges at consistent journaling,



2. If the documentation and control of electronic access under

Chapter 4. 3 § the patient data law as well as on documentation and control

of direct access for coherent journaling,



3. If the requirements for security measures to be applied during such

direct access referred to in Chapter 5. 5 § the patient data law,



4. If the information to be given to the patient in accordance with Chapter 8.

5 § the patient data law.



section 3 of the National Board may, after consultation with the Swedish Data Inspection Board,

notify the regulations necessary for the execution of

patient data law (2008:355) regarding security measures at

completely or partially automated processing of personal data.



4 § the National Board may provide for some kind of

Journal documents shall be kept for longer than is being said

in Chapter 3. 17 paragraph patient data law (2008:355).

Regulation (2008:1061).



§ 5 Data inspection may provide for such

encryption as the county councils will use to protect

the identity of patients at the sambearbetning of tasks according to

Chapter 4. the third subparagraph of paragraph 6 of the patient data law (2008:355).

Regulation (2010:414).



Consent to treatment



section 6 issues of consent to treatment under Chapter 7. section 8

third paragraph patient data law (2008:355) be reviewed by the

The Swedish data inspection Board after consulting the National Board.

Regulation (2013:124).



Transitional provisions



2012:692



1. This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2013.



2. Applications submitted to the Government before 1

January 2013 but has not yet been determined, shall be submitted to the

The Swedish data inspection Board for review.



2013:124



1. this Regulation shall enter into force on 1 april 2013.



2. Applications submitted to the Government before 1 april

2013 but has not yet been determined, shall be submitted to the

The Swedish data inspection Board for review.