Survey reveals EU citizens are uneasy about sharing health data

02/05/2023 | BEUC

The European consumer organisation (BEUC) has published the results of a survey revealing the opinions of people from eight EU countries concerning the access and sharing of medical records. The survey indicates people are generally cautious and selective about what health data they are willing to share and with whom it is shared. 

The survey is particularly relevant to the discussions for the planned European Health Data Space Regulation.

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