Stuart Scullion discusses some of the key issues that are facing the UK health sector in the year ahead, including insurance premium tax, third-party relationships and GDPR
GDPR The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) become a legal requirement on 25 May 2018. The new rules, regulated by the Information Commissioner's Office, will bring together and update the current Data Protection Act and some aspects of the current medical confidentiality rules. Compliance with the new regulations has a significant impact both financially and operationally for everyone involved in the sector, with significant financial penalties for failing to do so - potentially as...
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