Skip to comments.Big brother to log your drinking habits and waist size as GPs are forced to hand over
Posted on 02/03/2013 6:29:46 AM PST by Texas Fossil
GPs are to be forced to hand over confidential records on all their patients drinking habits, waist sizes and illnesses.
The files will be stored in a giant information bank that privacy campaigners say represents the biggest data grab in NHS history.
They warned the move would end patient confidentiality and hand personal information to third parties.
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Not all the nation is like that.
Subjection here will only come from conquest. Not treachery and deceit.
It will not come quickly nor without a price. Oppositon will come at the state level, not by neighborhood.
You can take that one to the bank.
My thoughts exactly. I think ppl got sucked in by “NHS”. England is so over. Why are they allowing this to happen? What is happening to the former world power that they are being so emasculated without a fight? WHAT IS WRONG WITH YOU PEOPLE OVER THERE!? (Yes, I know, we are in our throes, but they are OVER!)
How do the states fight a Supreme Court that appears to have been bullied into submission?
There is aanother sinister “upside” to this plan.
As the Death Panels reduce the lifespan, the financials for Soc Sec and Medicare improve giving the Fedgov even more to spend.
Oh it will come whether you or even the MD’s like it or not. With the electronic records system, responses to questions MUST be entered to continue with an appt, etc... If a question is skipped, when the practitioner tries to submit, it will say you have to enter, just like on any other computerized form. It won’t be at the md’s discretion not to ask because they don’t want to or don’t like the question. They may say, I’m sorry I don’t like this but I still have to ask, but they will have to log an answer and you will end up on some list accordingly.
Then immediately move to France.
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