MHR deadline looming
The Australian Digital Health Agency has highlighted that anyone can choose to have or delete a My Health Record at any time in their life, as the number of connected pharmacies skyrocket
We need a primary health care national minimum data set
How healthcare can prepare for My Health Record roll-out
Article by Proofpoint APJ vice president Tim Bentley
- An important article when you consider whether or not to sign up for My Health Record 21 Jan 19
EXPERT REACTION: Pros and cons of MyHealthRecord as opt-out looms
My Health Record: government warned of 'significant' patient data glitch
David Thodey and friends push hard for AI regulation ahead of election
Push to create tech policy dream team.
New function expected to strengthen public trust in My Health Record
Banks slam weak privacy, security settings for consumer data and open banking
Treasury under fire for rosy risk assessment.
My Health Record accounts reach 6.45m as opt-out deadline draws near
Insurers gaining 'open-ended access' to medical records slammed as 'unfair privacy breach'
- Australians who declare mental health treatments on insurance applications are often forced to grant access to their medical records
- Legal advocates argue "open-ended" access is an "unfair breach of consumers' privacy"
- They want to limit insurers' access to five years worth of records
Should companies pay to collect your data?
My Health Record enshrines choice
You always have a choice with My Health Record
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Monday, 21 January, 2019
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