Patients' data 'can't be used for marketing or selling insurance premiums', says NHS

Sooraj Shah
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But NHS still needs to raise awareness of Care.data, says patient privacy campaigner

Patients' NHS data that private companies could get access to under the controversial Care.data programme, will not be able to use such data for marketing purposes or to raise insurance premiums. ...

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