NHS trusts to be told not to sign exclusive deals for patient data

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The NHS is set to sell anonymised patient information to private companies
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The NHS is set to sell anonymised patient information to private companies

Department of Health to send letter to trusts ordering them not to sign 'naive' and 'unsophisticated' patient data deals

NHS trusts will be told that they cannot strike exclusive deals to share patient data with private organisations. That's according to Health Service Journal (HSJ), which claims that a letter wil...

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