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Pulse magazine: February 2014

Feb 2014 issue cover

GPs bear brunt of confusion

Competition leads practices to seek new alliances

Peverley: Burning us all at the stake 

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  • I wouldn't trust the NHS to decide if I am dead or alive, let alone allow them to share my personal data.

    The NHS has lost the respect of patients.
    They should have asked patients first before trying to force GP's to breach patient confidentiality.

    No matter what systems are put in place, I will never consent to share my information and have no faith in the DPA or the NHS.
    Confidentiality is a thing of the past, information is shared with anyone that signs the DPA so it is worthless.

    NHS you lost the plot!

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