High-risk datasets: Datasets focusing on HIV, hepatitis, psychiatric illnesses, laboratory testing for abusive drugs, sexual orientation and gender identity, and genetic testing should be verified by the Chancellor`s Executive Team and the Office of the President of the University of California (UCOP). 4. Multi-campus datasets: Requests for registrations of more than one UC health campus must be reviewed by the Chancellor`s Executive Team and UCOP. 5. Data management: the data set must not be aggregated into a larger data set owned by the third party and the data set must be located in a secure and agreed location. The third party must maintain strict access protocols, provide UCSF Health with the ability to verify these protocols, and clean up the dataset (and all associated backups) once the project is complete. 6. Further use of data: records may not be resold, transferred or reused for purposes other than those described in the final agreement with the third party. 7. Publications: (if the UCSF faculty is involved) derived from the use of the recordings, UCSF authors must involve and contribute meaningfully to the improvement of the health of our patients and society.
1. Confirm that your transfer meets all of the above criteria. If you have received funding or are interested in working with people outside ucsf before you start working, the next step is to establish an agreement. A research agreement is concluded: health-related data is defined as all information relating to the health, care and treatment of healthy patients or members of the UCSF health plan that: (1) gives rise to a report used in the treatment or follow-up of a patient; (2) a fee or statement is established for the services; and/or (3) is used for operations, financial management, public health activities or quality measures. This data is considered source integrity data. Derived health data is all source health-related data, regardless of the trivial or complexity of the derivation. . . .