Iranian Association of Medical InformaticsFrontiers in Health Informatics2676-710411120220525Security, Privacy, and Confidentiality in Electronic Prescribing Systems: A Review Study37437410.30699/fhi.v11i1.374ENReyhaneNorouzi AvalMSc Student, Health Information Technology Student, Department of Medical Records and Health Information Technology, School of Paramedical Sciences, Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Mashhad,. Nourozir9@mums.ac.irSeyyedeh FatemehMousavi BaigiMasoumehSarbazKhalilKimiafar2022041620220509Introduction: The use of electronic version has been identified as a strategically important policy to improve health care. Therefore, the purpose of this study was to review the issues related to security, privacy and privacy of electronic copying systems.Research Method: A comprehensive review of studies published in English, free access to the full text of the article and without time limit, by searching for keywords in keywords, title and abstract of studies in valid scientific databases Web of Science, Scopus, PubMed and Embase in June 4, 2021 was explored. The studies, which were based on the title and content of a possible answer to the question, were reviewed by two researchers independently. A total of 137 related studies were extracted and finally 25 main articles were selected.Results: In general, the results of the study showed that in some countries there are still no minimum requirements and standards for these systems; But the use of security and privacy protocols has been used in various ways.  In general, security in an electronic healthcare system includes the seven main components of user authentication, patient confidentiality, licensing issues, scalability, integrity, non-denial, and confidentiality of information sent, processed, and stored.Conclusion: The majority of patients and physicians were concerned about the issues of privacy and security of medical data, it is necessary for policy makers and managers in this area to pay attention to these issues before implementing these systems and provide a safe environment for implementing these systems. Provide patient privacy.


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