AusHealthIT Poll Number 445 – Results – 21st October, 2018.

Here are the results of the poll.Are The Current Senate Inquiries Sufficiently Informed and Competent To Properly Determine The Correct Future For The #myHealthRecord?Yes 46% (73) No 53% (84) I Have No Idea 2% (3) Total votes: 160 This is the most split poll in a while. Overall readers were pretty split as to whether the Senate could handle this health / technical problem well. If you have not already, don’t forget to come to grips with what we are really facing….. (78,816 views so far!) This one is also from the same team is also fun! (114,976 views so far!) This time on the planned encryption laws Any insights on the poll welcome as a comment, as usual. A really, great turnout o f votes! It must have been an easy question as 3/160 readers were not sure what the appropriate answer was. Again, many, many thanks to all those that voted! David. This is the initial part of the post - read more by clicking on the title of the article. David.
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