Making NHS data work for everyone

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Harwich, Eleonora; Lasko-Sinner, Rose
Date of publication
11 December 2018
Health Services, Social Work, Social Care and Social Services
Social welfare
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Engaging with the public about how their data is being used within the NHS is crucial. There are, however, no public-sector models or examples that allow patients to participate in the conversation about what fair value exchange with the private sector might be. This report recommends that this should change, and people should be given an opportunity to engage in these conversations.

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