Your life, your safety, your care.

Cybersecurity is an important issue when delivering your data and to whom. Therefore, CIDLA introduces you to the laws that protect and defend your information as a person.

Law 20.584

Regulates the rights and duties of people in relation to actions related to their health care

They will be applied to any type of health stock provider, whether public or private. Likewise, and in what corresponds, they will be applied to the other professionals and workers who, for any reason, must serve the public or are linked to the granting of health care. For the granting of health benefits, all providers must have complied with the legal and regulatory provisions related to the certification and accreditation processes, when applicable.

Those who organize personal, tangible and immaterial resources in healthcare establishments for the granting of health benefits, endowed with a determined individuality and ordered under a direction, whatever their nature and level of complexity. Its bodies are responsible for ensuring that the contents of this law are respected in the indicated establishments.

People who, independently, are dependent on an institutional provider or through an agreement with it, directly grant health benefits to people or collaborate directly or indirectly in their execution. The health professionals referred to in the Fifth Book of the Sanitary Code are considered individual providers.

Law 19.628

Protection of the information of people.

Law No. 19,628 on the Protection of Private Life regulates the processing of personal data in registries or data banks by public organizations or individuals.

Frequently some people have been exposed to the publication of their personal data and sensitive business information for no reason. What’s more, registries and data banks have indiscriminately published sensitive commercial information, going beyond the legal limit regarding what can be published without your authorization.

Thus, that these public registries and data banks can determine what information to publish, implies that these entities unduly arrogate the power to determine which debts deserve publicity, being treated as enforceable and unfulfilled, the mere declaration of the creditor being sufficient for this, without greater rigour or declaration of legal certainty, which in some cases means the violation of fundamental constitutional guarantees such as honour, the prestige of legal persons and due legal process. Additionally, this has been provided as a means of collection pressure, escaping from the established jurisdictional means and duly regulated by the Legal System.



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