SHS Web Conf.
Volume 109, 2021International Scientific and Practical Conference “Law and the Information Society: Digital Approach” (LISID-2020)
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Russian legal experience in using information technologies in diagnostics of reflux esophagitis
Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University of the Ministry of Healthcare of the Russian Federation (Sechenov University), Moscow, Russia
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This publication focuses on a theoretical investigation of the issues of Russian experience in the application of digital technologies in the provision of medical care in the diagnosis of oesophageal hernia complicated by reflux esophagitis. The relevance of the research lies not only in the increasing number of patients diagnosed with reflux esophagitis, but also in the current digital paradigm of the entire Russian healthcare system. Despite domestic legislative attempts to legally regulate the use of digital technologies in health care through the regulatory introduction of telemedicine technology, as is most common, certain issues in the use of this digital "platform" in health care remain unresolved. The methodological basis of this study is the methods of comparative analysis, system-structural analysis and synthesis. The author has assessed the possibility of using telemedicine technologies in the context of the doctor-patient relationship, implemented in a remote format, when diagnosing a patient, including from the position of significant territorial remoteness of the patient. There is a focus on the need for a more specific legal regulation in terms of legally establishing the definition for guaranteeing the security of personal data received by participants in the consultation, processed by them when applying telemedicine technologies.
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