Much have been said in the media about the impact on privacy and security of personal health records for anyone who had signed up or, in the near future, are being automatically signed up for a My Health Record.
My most recent commentary on the matter was a discussion on the matter of standing consent and the apparent contradictory advice being provided by the Australian Digital Health Authority and the Royal College of General Practitioners on this matter.
My conviction that the RACGP is providing their members with incorrect information was strengthened by a leaked ADHA document that surfaced this week
There are a great many legal requirements and obligations placed on Healthcare Organisations and individual Healthcare Providers who opt to take part in the My Health Record system and many of these are flying under the radar.
Of particular concern to me is the great number of Healthcare Organisations…
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