Death and Confidentiality

The duty of confidentiality extends beyond the death of the patient. The extent to which information may properly be disclosed after the death of a patient depends on the circumstances. In general, it is prudent to seek the permission of all the personal representatives of the deceased patient's estate, such as the executors or administrators, before any information is disclosed. They, in turn, should be advised of the foreseeable consequences of disclosure. A doctor with any doubt should take advice from a professional advisory organization, such as a protection or defense organization.

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