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A Conversation Article Raises The Interesting Issue Of The Fate Of Your Health Information When You Move On.

This appeared last week:Our healthcare records outlive us. It’s time to decide what happens to the data once we’re gone. August 7, 2017 6.12am AEST Author: Jon Cornwall Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Health, Victoria University of Wellington Death is inevitable. The creation of healthcare records about every complaint and ailment we seek treatment for is also a near-certainty.
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