My Health Record is meant to empower patients…

But with little useful information stored, is it worth saving? asks Megan Prictor, Senior Lecturer in Law, the University of Melbourne Australia’s My Health Record is a national, integrated electronic record, intended to overcome the problem of having personal health information “siloed” in different systems. People can access their own My Health Record via MyGov

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