5CR 'double opt-out' row

April 2010
Pulse;4/7/2010, Vol. 70 Issue 11, p9
The article reports on the need for patients, who have opted out of the Summary Care Record (SCR) after the British National Health Service (NHS) has officially launched the scheme, to opt out a second time to avoid confusion in the database.


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