Archive (Year: 2014)

December 2, 2014 - Melanie Coyle

The Conflicts of Working With Reviews: One Analyst’s Perspective

I am a pleaser. Sorry for the psychobabble, but it’s true. So I have no idea why I have a job, where, when it comes to reviews, 99% of the time I have to choose sides. On one hand, when I find that an exemption applies I feel bad for the applicant. After all, I... read more

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November 17, 2014 - Krista Bostock, Regional Director, Health Information Managment/Privacy Officer, Sun Country Health Region

Using an Index to Clarify an Access Request and Reduce the Cost

The goal in the Privacy Office of Sun Country Health Region is to assist applicants with their information requests in a timely manner, and to provide a positive experience. Occasionally, this can be very challenging and costly, especially when the request includes a large number of records, or records from several sources. We now develop... read more

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November 1, 2014 - Diane Aldridge, Director of Compliance

Consulting With the IPC

Are you considering introducing or updating legislation, a program, policy, procedure, educational resource or an information system that will have access and privacy implications? In order to ensure that you have covered all your bases, you may want to vet your materials with the Information and Privacy Commissioner’s (IPC) office. In the month of November... read more

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October 16, 2014 - Sharon Young, Analyst

5 Ways to Protect Your Privacy

Welcome to the Saskatchewan IPC’s blog! Here you’ll find tips, information, instruction, stories, and commentary on what’s going on in our office or in the access and privacy community at large. We also hope to invite guest bloggers to post their thoughts on here too. So to kick off this blog, here are five ways... read more

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