Response to code of conduct for data driven health and care technology



In response to the publication today by the Department of Health and Social Care of its code of conduct for data driven health and care technology, Professor Carol Dezateux CBE FMedSci, Chair of the Steering Group for the Academy's policy project on data-driven technologies, said:

“Understanding user needs is the first of the 10 principles set out in the code. However, to maintain public trust and deliver maximum health benefits for all, it is vital that patients and the public are active and meaningful partners in the development of data-driven technologies in health care. As highlighted in the Academy’s recent report, ‘Our data-driven future in healthcare’, and our recent letter with partners to the Secretary of State,' we continue to press for their full involvement in data-driven initiatives in health care.”

 

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