FAMS

22 July 2021

Fams gives clarity on client privacy and consent

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The issue of privacy and consent for clients in the TEI Program has been generating discussion in the Thursday Practice Conversation Zooms with Fams.

We are finding there is still confusion about identified, de-identified and unidentified clients.

We know DCJ will be reinforcing the information provided in the Using the Data Exchange – Consent and Privacy resource in one of their upcoming newsletters.

However, in the meantime, here is a link to a table that Fams has drafted to show roughly what it looks like at Intake:

 

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