Anonymised Data

Data from which the patient cannot be identified by the recipient of the information. The name, address, and full post code must be removed together with any other information which, in conjunction with other data held by or disclosed to the recipient, could identify the patient. Unique numbers may be included only if recipients of the data do not have access to the ‘key’ to trace the identity of the patient
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Plus, when it comes to helping operators make informed decisions about the selection and reactivation of rigs, TRAMS securely pools anonymised data gathered over the last 10 years from 80 operators and 600 assets of all rig types as well as from BOP well control equipment surveys, into a single repository to compare, contrast, and benchmark rigs.
If data has to be taken away from NHS systems, this is done with the correct authorisations and permissions and as anonymised data."
Anonymised data from over 6,000 PARCA-R questionnaires completed by parents of two-year old children in three previous studies were used as a standardisation sample.
collate anonymised data on incidents relating to specific premises and present them to licensing sub-committees when representations are made
Both companies will continue to build connections to POS and Apps on a global scale, covering online restaurant delivery, reservation and mobile ordering services, membership and loyalty, payments and anonymised data.
The report is based on Chamber surveys and anonymised data from the Business Brexit Health Check.
Re-identifying anonymised data is how journalists exposed Donald Trump's 1985-94 tax returns in May 2019.
All these data will be stored on blockchain, and can be used to help governments and organisations with an interest in eye health research and make decisions through actual and anonymised data.
The company has also invited other automakers to share anonymised data related to traffic safety.
Measures to protect children online could include introducing clearer terms or conditions, improving age verification, and sharing anonymised data for scientific research to help improve understanding of the effect of screen time on young people, they said.
Measures to protect children online could include introducing clearer terms of conditions, improving age verification and sharing anonymised data for scientific research to help improve understanding of the effect of screen time on young people, they said.
In return, the anonymised data must also be handed to researchers to help them develop treatments.