AMA Submission - My Health Record - Community Affairs Legislation Committee Inquiry
My Health Record: A Huge Threat to Patient Privacy With Little Benefit
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Last Chance To Opt Out Of #MyHealthRecord, Australians!
from the deadline-is-november-15 dept
No plans to pay GPs for uploading to My Health Record: Senate Estimates
She was responding to a question from leader of the Australian Greens Richard Di Natale, who said the current system would result in a loss of income for GPs.
‘You’re asking GPs to do something that takes time, [so] they see less patients and they lose income,’ he said. ‘I support them [using My Health Record], but you’re putting another impost on GPs who have been right royally screwed over because of the [MBS rebate] freeze.
My Health Record initiative polarises community
· Chris Bath
Cyber security a risk to small business project wins
Bellingen VIEW looks at ‘My Health Record’ initiative
· Megan Octigan
Morrison government under pressure to rewrite My Health Record legislation
Cook slams 'data industrial complex', says Apple backs federal privacy law
- 25 October 2018
- Written by Sam Varghese
My Health Record opt-outs now sit at over 1.1 million
AskDocQ: Brisbane Doctor Fiona Bisshop Gives Her Verdict On ‘My Health Record’
Dr Bisshop: If someone is under 18, can they prevent their parents having access to their MHR? This is very important for young LGBT people who may not be out and are having STI testing or getting contraception.
Privacy watchdog primed for action on data breaches
- By Angelene Falk
- 11:00PM October 22, 2018
Opt-out to pass before MHR change
Taking the stress out of frontline pharmacy care
Lawyer warns to check your medical privacy rights before 15 November
Published: 23rd of October 2018 Comments:
Liverpool doctor explains the benefits of My Health Record
Parliamentary Librarian ‘did not feel pressured’ to revise My Health Record post
Report recommends overhaul of My Health Record, but key changes not supported by Coalition
Legal confusion: Whose medical record is it anyway?
Big Brother given new access to Australians' personal data
- By Fergus Hanson
- 11:00PM October 22, 2018
Children need more My Health Record privacy, says inquiry
Government rejects senate inquiry recommendation to extend My Health Record opt-out period by 12 months
More Aussies wary about privacy breaches
Metadata laws under fire as 'authority creep' has more agencies accessing your information
- Access to metadata was initially restricted to 22 government agencies, but state-based agencies have blown that figure out
- Because they are accessing metadata and not content of communications, no warrant is required
- It is not known how many agencies are now able to request metadata