Commentators and Journalists Weigh In On Digital Health And Related Privacy And Security Matters. Lots Of Interesting Perspectives - Week 35.

Note: I have excluded (or marked out) any commentary taking significant funding from the Agency or the Department of Health on all this to avoid what amounts to paid propaganda. (e.g. CHF, RACGP, AMA, National Rural Health Alliance etc. where they were simply putting the ADHA line – viz. that the myHR is a wonderfully useful clinical development that will save huge numbers of lives at no risk to anyone – which is plainly untrue) (This signifies probable ADHA Propaganda)-----Note: I have also broadened this section to try to cover all the privacy and security compromising and impacting announcements in the week – along with the myHR. It never seems to stop!-----https://www.healthcareit.com.au/article/do-new-technologies-take-ethics-out-healthcareDo new technologies take ethics out of healthcare?Hafizah Osman | 15 Mar 2019 The healthcare industry has, for many years , been highly dependent on technology. But with the introduction and use of new technologies such as machine learning... This is the initial part of the post - read more by clicking on the title of the article. David.
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