Tories selling GP data to third parties via NHS Digital -- How to opt out

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That second link, the medConfidential one, directs you to various forms and pages. You've got until 23 June to opt out of your GP data being shared, but there's no opt out deadline for your non-GP data.
 

WashYourHands

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Think of any Boots. All their script meds, huge database manifests of names - same old plot about how vendors get their volume of sales shares just exactly right for regional distribution, who funds postgrad research degrees at specific unis, which palms get greased by demographic “science”

Side note, Actavis is a good case study for compounds like benzos, lot of money at stake with scripts being smashed out and increasing with Covid. If they undersupply just enough, they can keep the price where they want. Just blame Brexit. How this market model is allowed to pressure public services was a point Corbyn got right, targeting patent reform. Sorry Jez, lagers in Greenwich

Be interesting to see if any health boards make patient record rejection a regional legal default precedent (did it for organ donors). Build an unfolding policy for primary care that could then be rolled out nationally. It can be that simple and that easily exploited
 
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WashYourHands

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Dept of health have been feeling it since Cummface bukkaked all over Matt Hancock. News cycle red flag. Remove, refine, try to replace and reintroduce later (2 years ish) in another guise

Can’t we just Wicker Man ritual Hancock? It’s surely time for endless disgraces. Send him to Skye on a pr stunt. During the way back to his hotel it all goes dark for Matt and he mysteriously finds himself dressed in a white gown peering out through finely crafted, basket-woven slats, crying “lord, Jesus christ“. Pleading, whelping, as the inferno begins, a candled vision fit for the gods. Throw in The Wonderstuff too please
 
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