Pinterest takes on anti-vaxxers by blocking vaccine-related searches
- By Robert Mcmillan and Daniela Hernandez
- 9:53AM February 22, 2019
Data breach law: one year and not much to show
- 22 February 2019
- Written by Sam Varghese
How can GPs encourage continuity of care?
‘Seeing people over time, getting to know them, their family and kids – it’s one of the real joys and privileges of being a GP,’ she told newsGP.
‘That ongoing relationship is very important. When patients find a GP they really like, they’re really loyal. If they move house, they’ll keep coming even if it’s a long distance.’
But Dr Wilson, Chair of the RACGP Specific Interests Addiction Medicine network, is well aware that many of her long-term patients have another GP they visit.
Do we need a new word for discharge summaries?
‘Now, the hard work starts.’
The Australian Digital Health Agency and PSA have welcomed the news that nine out of 10 Australians will have a My Health Record
We need to get the digital basics right and quickly: Tim Kelsey
‘The crooks are ahead’: Cabrini breach a warning for Australia
Why aren't you encrypting your data?
- 20 February 2019
- Written by Stephen Withers
My Health Record opt-out doubles to 2.5 million people
My Health Record opt-outs top 2.5m as service moves to 'evolving' choice
- 2.5 million Australians have opted out of the My Health Record system
- The Government claims despite the controversy, opt-outs are in line with expectations
- Although the opt-out period has closed, Australians can still have their digital records cancelled
Millions opt-out of My Health Record
ADHA reveals final figure.
More than 2.5 million Australians have opted out of My Health Record
It's time political parties lost their cushy exemption from privacy laws
By David Crowe
Health sector tops notifiable data breaches
“Data portability” is coming to Australia
My Health Record reflects 'new consensus', says CEO Tim Kelsey
Questions over DTA's govt-wide IT oversight function
After $34m national biometrics system collapse.
10 signs you are the target of a scammer
Farewell tech utopia: how governments are readying the web for war
A state actor has targeted Australian political parties – but that shouldn’t surprise us
From: Justin Warren
February 18, 2019
Labor warns consumer data right could become second 'My Health' debacle
Doctors trained for health record
18 Feb 2019, midnight ADHA Propaganda