Discovery Health’s Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA) podcast for healthcare professionals

DISCOVERY SOUTH AFRICA  |  Series , ±4 min episodes total time 34 min  | 
Welcome to an eight-part podcast series designed to empower healthcare professionals to truly understand the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA). This podcast series is hosted by Discovery Health’s Deputy Information Officer, Larry Borowitz. Podcasts are each between 2 to 6 minutes in length and share must-know advice on reaching POPIA compliance by 1 July 2021.

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04

Acquiring and using patient data

When a patient visits a medical practice for the first time, they fill in a form that provides both clinical and administrative information. What must both doctors and patients know about correctly acquiring, dealing with and disposing of this information? And why is a “Privacy Statement” fundamental in this regard?
08

POPIA compliance is driven both by the letter and spirit of the law

There is a legal imperative to comply with POPIA or face serious legal consequences - which Larry expands on. However, the
spirit of this Act is principles-based and simply about upholding everyone’s right to privacy. At the end of the day, adherence to
the POPIA is simply about doing the right thing.

8 episodes