Can freedom of health and social care data be an effective influence of change in health and social care?

Over the next three weeks (7 – 27 September 2015) the national conversation on creating a healthier Scotland shifts its focus on to the theme of “looking after my health”.  A series of blogs on this theme will appear on the Healthier Scotland website.

Our latest poll considers how people use technology to looking after their own health and how influential the freedom of data about your health and wellbeing could be in the future.

Can freedom of health and social care data be an effective influence of change in health and social care?

  • Yes (78%, 65 Votes)
  • Not sure (14%, 12 Votes)
  • No (8%, 6 Votes)

Total Voters: 83

Let us know your views by voting or commenting on any of the following questions

  • Has sharing information about your health and wellbeing improved support and services?
  • Does new technology increase opportunities to improve or widen the risks?
  • Are you concerned about the sharing of data between health and social care professionals?
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