We assume that our medical records are private unless we give permission for information contained in them to be passed on. This is no longer true. New legislation and a raft of policy initiatives threaten the fundamental basis of medical confidentiality.
From the new ‘General Practice Extraction Service’, that will remove identifiable patient data directly from GP records without consent so that it can be passed around and made available to researchers and private companies, to the plans for online medical records and shared health and social care systems, everyone needs to know what is happening.
At this one-day conference in central London you can hear a range of expert speakers explain these new developments and put your questions about the safety and confidentiality of your own records and those of the people whose interests you represent.
Places are limited. If you would like to be offered one of the free slots, please let us know by completing this form.
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