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Consent Registry

A consent directive is defined as express instruction(s) from a health care client (or someone authorized to act on the client’s behalf) to his/her HIC, regarding the collection, use, or disclosure of the client’s PHI. The consent registry is a repository that stores and manages the consent directives issued or withdrawn by health care clients, with an accompanying policy store/rules engine to enable enforcement based on roles and access rules.

Health care clients will be able to create, modify, and revoke their consent directives, which will be enforced to restrict the use and disclosure of PHI. Providers may override consent directives under certain conditions, i.e. with a health care client’s express consent or under conditions permitted by applicable law. All consent-related updates and overrides will be logged, and notifications of override transactions will be provided according to business rules.

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