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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

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

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