The Good Law Project has taken legal action over NHS England’s heavily redacted contract with US data giant Palantir to operate the Federated Data Platform.
GP data could be included in the future Federated Data Platform, Secretary of State for Health Victoria Atkins has said.
NHS England will investigate whether US data analytics giant Palantir violated the terms of its contract to run the Federated Data Platform.
NHS England has awarded a contract to operate its future £480m federated data platform to US data analytics giant Palantir and joint bidders Accenture.
The planned launch of the Federated Data Platform (FDP) should take note of lessons learned from previous NHS digital rollouts and not be too hasty
Palantir and Accenture have been chosen as the winner of the £480m Federated Data Platform procurement, with an announcement expected imminently.
Ming Tang has told the AI and Data audience that the procurement process for the federated data platform is awaiting full business case approval.
In an interview Sunday, Alex Karp, co-founder and CEO of Palantir, said the (FDP) could make it easier for a future UK government to sell off NHS data.
With the award of the Federated Data Platform contract said to be delayed until mid-November, Digital Health’s Jon Hoeksma argues in an opinion piece that NHS England has yet to prove the case.