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It Rather Looks That The Government Needs To Fundamentally Re-Think The Open- Data Release Program.

Last week we heard all about this issue which was covered superbly in the Saturday Paper a few days ago:Oct 8, 2016Millions of Australians caught in health records breachKaren Middleton The government’s negotiations with doctors over the Medicare rebate is not helped by a breach of privacy on apparently anonymised health data.When she addressed the annual conference of the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners in Perth last week, Health Minister Sussan Ley was already in a hostile environment.
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