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Pulse IT reports on the federal government’ release of the review into the Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record (PCEHR), which calls for the system’s name to be changed “and the system move to an opt-out model,” among other recommendations. “The review, conducted by Uniting Care Queensland Executive Director Richard Royle, AMA President Steve Hambleton and Australia Post CIO Andrew Walduck, found that there was ‘overwhelming support’ for continuing the path of implementing an electronic health record for all Australians,” the report states, noting the review includes “38 recommendations on how to improve the system, the most controversial being a recommendation to transition to an opt-out model” starting 1 January.
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