BMJ report reveals hundreds of organisations breached patient data rules

11/05/2022 | The Guardian

An investigation by the British Medical Journal (BMJ) has revealed audits conducted by NHS Digital have revealed breaches of data sharing agreements by hundreds of organisations. According to The Guardian, organisations found to have committed high-risk violations include healthcare groups such as Virgin Care, pharmaceutical companies including GlaxoSmithKline and educational establishments like the Imperial College London. None of the organisations has had their access to patient data withdrawn.

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