Pilot program for cyber-secure digital health consent solution

Australian digital privacy company Haventec is developing a digital health consent solution called eConsent for Genomics which promises to allow healthcare organisations and patients to securely store and consent to share personal health information.

The solution will be built on Haventec’s privacy platforms Authenticate and Sanctum and will allow individuals to store and share their genomics data. Haventec is working with health technology company 23Strands to use eConsent for Genomics to assist in a research project focused on COVID-19 patients.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Haventec, 23Strands

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