Medical confidentiality is perhaps the oldest form of privacy we know. Every physician has a duty to keep all information during treatment a secret.
But that confidentiality is under pressure. The Dutch central "Electronic Patiënt Register" that was not legal, now threatens to be implemented after all. The European Commission is aiming for a European Superhub to connect all national systems. Patients and healthcare are losing track of where their data is.
Privacy First has been campaigning and actively lobbying for privacy in healthcare since 2014. We want you to be able to decide how your medical data is shared and that you are in control. Therefore, we advocate decentralized data sharing within the treatment relationship and the truly free choice to opt for any other solution.