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A Framework for Privacy-Preserving Medical Document Sharing

  title={A Framework for Privacy-Preserving Medical Document Sharing},
  author={Xiaobai Li and Jialun Qin},
  booktitle={International Conference on Interaction Sciences},
Health information systems have greatly increased availability of medical documents and benefited healthcare management and research. However, there are growing concerns about privacy in sharing medical documents. Existing approaches for privacy( preserving data sharing deal mostly with structured data. Current privacy techniques for unstructured medical text focus on detection and removal of patient identifiers from the text, which may be inadequate for preserving privacy and data utility. We… 

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