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See detailModelling Metrics for Transparency in Medical Systems
Pierina Brustolin Spagnuelo, Dayana UL; Bartolini, Cesare UL; Lenzini, Gabriele UL

in Proceedings of TrustBus 2017 (in press)

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Pierina Brustolin Spagnuelo, Dayana UL; Lenzini, Gabriele UL

in Journal of Medical Systems (2016)

Transparency is described as the quality to be open about policies and practices. It is intended to inform end users of what happens to their data. It promotes good quality of service and is believed to ... [more ▼]

Transparency is described as the quality to be open about policies and practices. It is intended to inform end users of what happens to their data. It promotes good quality of service and is believed to sustain people's demand for privacy. However, at least for medical data systems, a clear definition of the property is missing and there is no agreement on what requirements qualify it. We look into this problem. First we identify concepts that relate with transparency: openness, empowerment, auditability, availability, accountability, verifiability. We discuss them in Health Information Technology, so clarifying what transparency is. Then we elicit a list of requirements that indicate how transparency can be realised in modern medical data systems such as those managing electronic health records. [less ▲]

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Pierina Brustolin Spagnuelo, Dayana UL; Bartolini, Cesare UL; Lenzini, Gabriele UL

in Proceedings of DPM 2016 and QASA 2016 (2016, September)

Transparency is a novel non-functional requirement for software systems. It is acclaimed to improve the quality of service since it gives users access to information concerning the system's processes ... [more ▼]

Transparency is a novel non-functional requirement for software systems. It is acclaimed to improve the quality of service since it gives users access to information concerning the system's processes, clarifying who is responsible if something goes wrong. Thus, it is believed to support people's right to a secure and private processing of their personal data. We define eight quality metrics for transparency and we demonstrate the usage and the effectiveness of the metrics by assessing transparency on the Microsoft HealthVault, an on-line platform for users to collect, store, and share medical records. [less ▲]

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See detailPatient-Centred Transparency Requirements for Medical Data Sharing Systems
Pierina Brustolin Spagnuelo, Dayana UL; Lenzini, Gabriele UL

in Proceedings of the 4th World Conference on Information Systems and Technologies (2016)

We compose, propose, and discuss several requirements to support transparency in Medical Data Sharing Systems. Transparency is a property that suggests openness and compliance with policies, practices ... [more ▼]

We compose, propose, and discuss several requirements to support transparency in Medical Data Sharing Systems. Transparency is a property that suggests openness and compliance with policies, practices, and processes employed to secure data, and it is believed to promote good quality of service in healthcare. Our requirements indicate how transparency can be realised on modern medical data sharing systems such as those managing electronic health records [less ▲]

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