[LINK] The "health" record security model
planetjim at gmail.com
Mon Nov 12 14:01:15 AEDT 2018
Bernard Robertson-Dunn wrote:
> On 12/11/2018 11:52 AM, Jim Birch wrote:
> Are you aware that when you get a myhr it will be pretty empty and
> history will not be uploaded?
Of course. Are you aware that when you buy a house it is not full of
furniture and homely memories?
> PBS data that is uploaded automatically might give some indication
> of medical problems, but the gap between script and reality can be
Absolutely. And the seatbelts that were introduced in the 1960 would not
cut it today - too dangerous. Does that mean they should not have been
introduced. No, they were an improvement.
This whole argument is a bit wonky. Do you want the health system we have
now, the one we had a 50 or a hundred years ago? I don't want either. I
want the world that continuously improves not the one that is perfect. I
would ideally like to be treated by the health system of two centuries in
the future and the sooner we get there the better. I certainly would
prefer the MyHR that's been running for a few decades and has complete and
reliable information but there is only one way to get there.
I just don't get this end of history thing.
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