Ctte recommends MyHR privacy bill pass, ALP to move more amendments

The Senate community affairs legislation committee looking into a bill aimed at strengthening the privacy provisions of the My Health Records Act has recommended it be passed, although Labor says it plans to move extra amendments.

While Labor and the Greens supported the recommendation, both parties said the changes were inadequate. Labor also repeated its call for the opt-out process to be suspended until all remaining concerns are addressed.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: My Health Record

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