has been scrapped, but your health data could still be shared

The Conversation, 12 July 2016
Author: Eerke Boiten
“Following a review by Dame Fiona Caldicott, the UK government decided to pull the plug on, a controversial NHS initiative to store all patient data on a single database. This may seem like a victory for data-privacy advocates, but NHS data-sharing initiatives are still being planned and the goalposts are being moved on patient consent.”
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