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Hepatitis Australia has joined the call for a further 12-month extension for Australians to opt out of My Health Record.
In a statement released today, Hepatitis Australia said that given the final form of the My Health Record system will not receive parliamentary backing before the scheduled end of the opt out period on 15 November 2018, Hepatitis Australia fully supports moves to amend the legislation extending the opt out period by 12 months.
Australian hepatitis organisations are concerned that many people affected by hepatitis B and hepatitis C may not know about the new electronic medical record system which will be created by the Australian Government for all Medicare Card holders unless they choose to opt out.
The Gastroenterological Society of Australia has published a September 2018 update of the hepatitis C virus infection consensus statement.