Sensitive data sharing presents many challenges in case of unauthorized disclosures, including stigma and discrimination for patients with behavioral health conditions (BHCs). Sensitive information (e.g. mental health) warrants consent-based sharing to achieve integrated care. As many patients with BHCs receive cross-organizational behavioral and physical health care, data sharing can improve care quality, patient-provider experiences, outcomes, and reduce costs. Granularity in data sharing further allows for privacy satisfaction.
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- Doctoral Dissertation Biomedical Informatics 2020