Pharmacies need to deal with two types of personal data for which they are liable and accountable to individuals. Firstly, personal information held as a business for example that of employees and secondly sensitive medical information about customers.

Any pharmacy needs to have a system and demonstrate that they are managing these two sets of personal data by law.

In this new world, sensitive or medical information of patients are sometimes shared between clinics, doctors, insurance, pharmacies and other third party operators, with each having a small or large piece of the overall picture 

 This report considers some of the personal information which a pharmacy can be expected to have and recommends 3 Best Practices to comply with Data Protection Laws. 

3 Best Practice for Pharmacies to comply with Data Protection Laws

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