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-**1. //​Consent//​. The consent shall conform to the requirements of an informed consent which are competence, amount and accuracy of information,​ patient understanding and voluntariness. The following are the characteristics of a valid informed consent: \\ +**1. //​Consent//​. The consent shall conform to the requirements of an informed consent which are competence, amount and accuracy of information,​ patient understanding and voluntariness. The following are the characteristics of a valid informed consent: ​\\ \\ 
-a.) //​Competence//​- Sound mind, at least 18 years old, and not under the influence of drugs or liquor; \\ +a.) //​Competence//​- Sound mind, at least 18 years old, and not under the influence of drugs or liquor; ​\\ \\ 
-b.)//Amount and Accuracy of Information//​- Relevant factual data about a procedure and/or treatments, its benefits, risks, and possible complications or outcomes;​\\ +b.)//Amount and Accuracy of Information//​- Relevant factual data about a procedure and/or treatments, its benefits, risks, and possible complications or outcomes;\\ \\ 
-c.)//​Patient Understanding//​- Education, language or dialect;​\\ +c.)//​Patient Understanding//​- Education, language or dialect;\\ \\ 
-d.) //​Voluntariness//​- Make an autonomous decision without force or intimidation,​ and understands that he/she can withdraw consent anytime without consequence.\\+d.) //​Voluntariness//​- Make an autonomous decision without force or intimidation,​ and understands that he/she can withdraw consent anytime without consequence.\\ \\
  
-**1.1. For Persons with Disabilities (PWDs).** Use of appropriate means of communication such as verbal or sign language.\\+**1.1. For Persons with Disabilities (PWDs).** Use of appropriate means of communication such as verbal or sign language.\\ \\
  
-**1.2. Persons to Obtain Consent.** Consent shall be obtained by a duly authorized staff who shall be responsible for the orientation of the patients regarding PHIE implementation and validation of patient information.\\+**1.2. Persons to Obtain Consent.** Consent shall be obtained by a duly authorized staff who shall be responsible for the orientation of the patients regarding PHIE implementation and validation of patient information.\\ \\
  
-**1.3. Persons to Give Consent.** The following persons are authorized to give consent: \\ +**1.3. Persons to Give Consent.** The following persons are authorized to give consent: ​\\ \\ 
-a.) Patient of legal age and of sound mind;\\ +a.) Patient of legal age and of sound mind;\\  
-b.) Immediate relatives within 3rd degree of consanguinity based on hierarchy;​\\+b.) Immediate relatives within 3rd degree of consanguinity based on hierarchy;\\ \\
 c.) Cohabitant partner for a minimum of 1 year or identified guardian;\\ c.) Cohabitant partner for a minimum of 1 year or identified guardian;\\
 d.) Persons with special power of attorney; \\ d.) Persons with special power of attorney; \\
 e.) For minor patients, the consent shall be given by either parents if legally married;\\ e.) For minor patients, the consent shall be given by either parents if legally married;\\
 f.) Social worker;\\ f.) Social worker;\\
-g.) Attending physician.\\+g.) Attending physician.\\ \\
  
-**1.4. When to get consent.** Upon order of discharge/ prior to discharge from the health facility.\\+**1.4. When to get consent.** Upon order of discharge/ prior to discharge from the health facility.\\ \\
  
-**1.5. The Consent Form.** The standard "​Consent for Participation to PHIE" shall be used by participating health care providers.\\+**1.5. The Consent Form.** The standard "​Consent for Participation to PHIE" shall be used by participating health care providers.\\ \\
  
-**1.6. Valid formats of consent.** The consent can either be in written and/or electronic form that is signed by the patient, guardian, or legal representative. Once the consenting patient is incapable to imprint his signature, a finger print, thumb mark, electronic signature, biometrics may be considered but must be witnessed by a person of legal age. \\+**1.6. Valid formats of consent.** The consent can either be in written and/or electronic form that is signed by the patient, guardian, or legal representative. Once the consenting patient is incapable to imprint his signature, a finger print, thumb mark, electronic signature, biometrics may be considered but must be witnessed by a person of legal age. \\ \\
  
-**1.7. Revocation and Reinstating Consent.** When an unconscious patient becomes able (becomes conscious and is of legal age), he/she may revoke the consent previously given by their authorized representative.\\+**1.7. Revocation and Reinstating Consent.** When an unconscious patient becomes able (becomes conscious and is of legal age), he/she may revoke the consent previously given by their authorized representative.\\ \\
  
-**1.8. Exemptions for Consent** For national security purpose, the following situations do not need consent for information to be processed in the PHIE provided that these are not in conflict with other existing laws: \\ +**1.8. Exemptions for Consent** For national security purpose, the following situations do not need consent for information to be processed in the PHIE provided that these are not in conflict with other existing laws: \\ \\ 
-a.) Republic Act 3573: Law of Reporting Communicable Diseases;\\+a.) Republic Act 3573: Law of Reporting Communicable Diseases;​\\ ​
 b.) Administrative Order No. 2008-0009: Adopting the Revised List of Notifiable Diseases, Syndromes, Health-Related Events and Conditions; \\ b.) Administrative Order No. 2008-0009: Adopting the Revised List of Notifiable Diseases, Syndromes, Health-Related Events and Conditions; \\
-c.) Public health emergency and international concerns.\\+c.) Public health emergency and international concerns.\\ ​\\ \\ 
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