It is the responsibility of the pharmacy manager to ensure that everyone understands the forms to be signed and that all employees follow confidentiality procedures. No additional obligation of confidentiality is required for pharmacists, who have already signed a confidentiality obligation maintained by the College of Pharmacists of British Columbia. Any staff member or service provider of the Ministry of Health and Health Insurance BC who may process or access confidential PharmaNet information or documents is subject to confidentiality rules for the duration of their contract or contract. Confidentiality Agreements for Medical Device Resellers Check your own PharmaNet registration Your pharmacist cannot print you a data set from the PharmaNet system. You must send a request to your pharmacist and the pharmacist will forward the request to the College of Pharmacists of BC, who will send you your PharmaNet registration directly. There is a rule that only pharmacists who need to look at your file to give you pharmacy services should look at it. In other cases, only the information necessary for the relevant use (e.g. B for emergency discipline or pharmacist or audit purposes). PharmaNet is divided into two main parts. The Medicines Information System contains medicinal products for patients and clinical information and is accessible to the pharmacy and the College of Pharmacists. The PharmaCare Centralized Information System contains billing information and is accessible to the pharmacy and PharmaCare.

Pharmacists can only access and transmit your personal health data in the PharmaNet system if they need to do so to provide you with medicines, advise you on your medicines, evaluate your medicines and guarantee your safety or for billing purposes. Your medical record contains your name and address, all medications given to you by a pharmacy in the past 14 months, and a protocol whenever your medical record has been accessed by pharmacists, emergency physicians, private physicians, the College of Pharmacists, and the College of Physicians in the past 3 years. Ministry of Health and Health Insurance BC Confidentiality Agreements Medical Device Distributor Claims Access requires compliance with the confidentiality requirements set out in the Medical Device Distributor Claims Access to PharmaNet Policies and Procedures (PDF, 3.3MB) that contain a keyword in your file, you must call your pharmacist to add to them. She must see your identification when she has not known you for more than two years. If you forget the keyword, the PharmaNet Help Desk will delete it for you if you ask for it. You can then insert a new keyword into your file. Signing an agreement applies to a pharmacist for all stores in which he/she can work as long as the company is registered at the university. A number of data protection rules and procedures are necessary to protect the confidentiality of PharmaNet information. PharmaNet`s security measures include, for example, the use of firewalls and encryption, and anyone with access to PharmaNet must sign confidentiality agreements. In addition, PharmaNet maintains a protocol on each time a registration is accessed. Designated auxiliaries working in more than one pharmacy must sign a confidentiality obligation in each pharmacy, even if all pharmacies are part of the same chain. Pharmacies are required to comply with the guidelines and administrative requirements for confidentiality agreements for pharmacies established by the College of Pharmacists of British Columbia (CPBC) and include: all PharmaNet users with access to patient information must sign confidentiality agreements.

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