You can manage the use of your data by issuing a consent to data sharing or by setting up denials of consents to data sharing.
Consent to data sharing
By giving your consent to data sharing, you allow the disclosure of your patient information in the Kanta Services with various service providers that provide you with care, e.g. sharing your data between two wellbeing services counties. Health and social services service providers may access your data in their own registers without you having given consent to data sharing.
Professionals providing you with treatment can view your prescription data when they treat you without you having given consent to data sharing.
Further information about consents to sharing patient data and the use of your prescription data is available in the subpages of this page.
Denials of consent
You can limit the use of your data entered in Kanta if you set up denials of consent to sharing your data.
The denial of consent can be set up to apply to
- the use of your patient data
- the use of your prescription data.
A parent or guardian or another legal representative may issue refusals on behalf of a minor in the health service.
Further information about denials of consent is available in the subpage of this page.