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Grahame Grieve

The problem of shredding is very serious, and portals shouldn't try to reconstruct reports from atomic data. In Australia, all diagnostic reports are supposed to have a final OBX that contains the report for presentation (Australian Standard AS 4700.2:2007 + others). It's this representation that would be appropriate in patient portals. In the absence of such arrangements, patient portals will be unsafe.

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