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Labor plans to lead a comprehensive Senate inquiry into My Health Record, which Shadow Health Minister Catherine King has called a “fiasco” “We remain deeply concerned that the Government’s bungled …

The opt-out period for My Health record has been extended by an extra month, says the Health Minister, who also hit back at union claims In formally announcing the extension …

A pharmacist spied on the electronic health records of people she knew and shared what she saw with her spouse Catherine Tully, the Information and Privacy Commissioner for the Canadian …

There have been nine data breaches involving My Health Record to date, claims an article in News media Health Minister Greg Hunt has on a number of occasions asserted that …

The Pharmacy Guild has welcomed steps by the Health Minister to strengthen the privacy provisions of My Health Record Following media controversy over who would be able to access a …

Melissa Kang, University of Technology Sydney and Lena Sanci, University of Melbourne As the opt-out period for the My Health Record continues, so too does the debate surrounding issues of …

All eyes are on Sydney this week as the Pharmaceutical Society hosts its annual conference, PSA18 The PSA has announced its top honours for the year: John Jackson was named …

The Health Minister is working with stakeholders such as doctor groups to address concerns about privacy and security At a doorstop with reporters this week, Health Minister Greg Hunt said …

The Pharmacy Guild’s David Quilty has spoken out about the embattled My Health Record, writing that it will put an end to pharmacy “health islands” Debate continues to rage over …

The tension between GPs and pharmacists has again been in the news, with pharmacist prescribing singled out The RACGP’s Dr Evan Ackermann caused a stir with this piece in Medical …

With the introduction of My Health Record and advanced health web and mobile applications, ensuring pharmacies are safe from a cyber-attack is now more important than ever According to an …

AMA president Dr Tony Bartone has again defended My Health Record, as up to 20,000 Australians opted out on the first day they could Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull reportedly told …