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Making health data more accessible - a good news story from NHS England!

What sort of information do we need to influence local health systems effectively? Recently, I came across a good piece of work from Ipsos MORI that raises the bar for good quality accessible information for local activists. 689 more words

NHS England

Partridge Review's elegant demolition of past practice on personal data offers opportunity for fresh start with the public

Sir Nick Partridge’s review published today, of data releases by the NHS Information Centre, is an elegant demolition of all that has gone before in the way in which medical records have been commoditised and shared with public and private sector organisations.  1,536 more words

Patient Data

NHS boss apologises for tweeting Hitler video mocking Government health database scheme

Sir David Nicholson posted a link to the film mocking Tim Kelsey and Jeremy Hunt

Antonia Molloy

Friday, 28 February 2014

NHS England chief Sir David Nicholson issued an apology on Friday after he tweeted a satirical Hitler YouTube video mocking Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt and a senior colleague. 340 more words


Britain Considers Law To Protect Medical Records, Patient Data After National Health Service Sold Info To Insurers

Jeremy Hunt will next week announce a new drive to protect patient privacy   under which the NHS will be barred from selling medical records for   commercial use… 1,371 more words

NHS Care.data: We Will Be Honest

In announcing the care.data programme  NHS England knew it would face awkward questions about patient confidentiality and the data’s value to private companies. But here’s why healthcare professionals and patients may not need to worry. 1,065 more words


Patient Opinion - partners not pen pushers

Last week there was a little storm brewing in my twitter stream. Patient Opinion, who have been an active participant on social media and have been using it to power good for a number of years, were suddenly inundated with concerns for their future. 1,256 more words