Crisis of confidence in care.data – RCGP
The Royal College of General Practitioners has called on NHS England to provide urgent reassurance about the safeguards surrounding its new data-sharing programme, saying it is suffering a “crisis of public confidence”.
Survey shows readers wary on care.data
Around two thirds of respondents to EHI’s survey on care.data plan to opt themselves out of the data-sharing initiative.
Care.data: a row waiting to happen
EHI news editor Rebecca Todd takes a look back at the creation of the care.data programme and the concerns many have about its implications for patient privacy.
Care.data: charities back info sharing
More than 40 UK medical research charities have launched a campaign to back data sharing in the NHS.
Care.data campaign leaflet slammed
A leading privacy campaigner has condemned NHS England’s £1m leaflet drop about care.data for not including an ‘opt-out’ form.
Off the record
A group of well-known privacy campaigners have the GP Extraction Service in their sights. Lis Evenstad reports from the launch of medConfidential.
Privacy watchdogs back biting NHS
Well-known privacy campaigners have launched a new initiative to try and stop NHS England’s GP Extraction Service in its tracks.