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Partners in Practice: Archivists and Researchers Collaboratively Improving Access to Health CollectionsProcessing Collections with Protected Information: A Comparison of HIPAA and Non-HIPAA Covered EntitiesEmily R. Novak Gustainis, Head, Collections ServicesCenter for the History of Medicine, Countway Library, Harvard Medical Schoolemily_gustainis@hms.harvard.eduSociety of American Archivists Annual Meeting 2014Washington, D.C.14 August 2014

what are the m ost useful formats for archivists to identify
What are the “most useful” formats for archivists to identify?

Patient histories (91.67%)

Case files

Correspondence

Patient questionnaires

Patient summaries

Consultation files

Family medical histories

Admission/registration record

Diagnostic indices

Photographs/medical imaging

Informed consent records (43.75%)

12. Autopsy records (40.43%)

Lab notebooks

Prescription books/logs

Research protocols

Hospital policies

17. Graphs and charts

18. Surgical logbooks

19. Microscope slides/specimens

20. Billing information

21. Genetic testing records

22. Immunization records

23. Insurance records (12.5%)

thank you
Thank you!

Center for the History of Medicine, Countway Library

emily_gustainis@hms.harvard.edu

Alan Mason Chesney Medical Archives of the Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions

pletocha@jhmi.edu