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    Five ways patient data is saving the NHS

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    graham64
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    Five ways patient data is saving the NHS

    Post by graham64 on Thu May 31 2018, 23:00

    On Friday, two major changes to the way the NHS handles patient data came into force: the national data opt-out and the General Data Protection Regulation. Our latest briefing details how these changes bolster safeguards for patient data, as well as flagging some of the potential implications of the changes. There are many ways that patient data is saving the NHS and here we explore five. For more examples Understanding Patient Data has a bank of case studies.

    https://www.kingsfund.org.uk/blog/2018/05/patient-data-saving-nhs

    Yep they are using our anecdotes as actual data  Laughing


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    Re: Five ways patient data is saving the NHS

    Post by chris c on Sun Jun 03 2018, 22:33

    Tho one that worries me is the UK Biobank. Great idea in theory except it is run by Lord Professor Sir Rory Collins. Probably sited in the Cayman Islands.

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