Health and social care provision is typically separated between those that buy the services (payers) and those that provide the services (providers). Depending on a country’s funding model, these may vary in their relationship, for example between state-funded, as in the UK, and insurance-funded, as in Australia.
Each role has different data needs and both must consider the interplay between privacy legislation, confidentiality and the human right to a private life. Further, funding models may create a tension between the payers’ and the providers’ point of truth used for payment.
Kaleidoscope supports organisations of all sizes and across the team has experience of working in all types of health settings from primary care practices to large multi-site hospitals.
Our services include:
- Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIA)
- Data Security and Protection Toolkit (DSPT)
- Data flow mapping