Need digital health ID but do not want to share personal information: Survey. In a recent survey, nearly sixty percent of the people supported the release of Digital Health ID under the National Digital Health Mission of the Central Government but do not want to share sensitive personal data beyond the records of the health and medical sector.
Need digital health ID but do not want to share personal information: Survey
According to a survey conducted by a social media platform called Local Circles, 59 percent people have shown interest in acquiring digital health ID. 23 percent of the people supported the creation of health IDs. 18 percent people said that health id should not be made. Due to this, there is a possibility of leaking sensitive personal data.
Nearly nine thousand people answered questions
In this research, about 9000 people answered the questions and said that it is necessary to make such health cards. Approval has been given to issue Digital Health ID under National Digital Health Mission. On this forum, 34 thousand people answered four questions related to the new education policy.
Safe measures will be taken to keep data confidential
Let us know that a few days ago, the government had said that under the National Digital Health Mission (NDHM) all security measures will be taken to maintain the confidentiality of sensitive health data collected from the people. For this, the government has proposed a security draft. This year, NDHM was announced by Prime Minister Narendra Modi on the occasion of Independence Day. Under this scheme, all citizens of the country will be given a special card, which will have complete details related to their health.
The National Health Authority (NHA) responsible for the implementation of the Ayushman Bharat Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojana has released a draft ‘Health Data Management Policy’ for the people. The NHA is entrusted with the task of designing and implementing the NDHM.