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Legal Ethical Implications In The Exercise of Communication and Information Technologies (ict) In Telemedicine and E-Law In Medellín - Colombia.

The categorical assumption of this text is framed in the fact that the practice of Telemedicine in Colombia has allowed an ostensible decrease in human and economic resources in patient care without greater complexity. Likewise, the incipient task with e-Law has agreed to resolve the constant asymmetries between citizens deprived of liberty in the Medellín prisons and the judicial authorities, to invoke rights that are largely unknown. Both Telemedicine and e-Law do not have a guarantee of legal ethical security with the data, thereby generating the presence of an imminent risk that the authorities have not yet intervened. This writing sets out the results of a study carried out at Corpo-ración Universitaria Americana University Institution of Medellín - Colom-bia, which had three phases: a brief literature review, a consultation analysis by Telemedicine and e-Law and considerations from the ethics and legality of the Technologies of Communication and Information (ICT).

José Antonio García Pereáñez
Corporación Universitaria Americana
Colombia

David Alberto García Arango
Corporación Universitaria Americana
Colombia

 


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