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Apply data retention policy to all healthcare entities but gradually, says Practo

Practo’s suggestions largely revolved around the policy’s scope, how it classifies data, implementation, and more.

"The scope of this policy should be applicable for the entire healthcare ecosystem in India," Healthcare application Practo told the National Health Authority (NHA) in its comments on the proposed Health Data Retention Policy (HDRP). The HDRP lays down conditions around health data retention and management under the Ayushman Bharat Digital Mission, the Indian government's multi-tiered project that looks to digitise sensitive health data for citizens, among other functions. The NHA - which oversees the ABDM - has cited data security concerns from users as well as the healthcare ecosystem’s need for reliable, long-term data as reasons for such a policy. The policy has the potential of becoming applicable to the larger healthcare ecosystem, beyond the ABDM. What Practo said in its submission NHA: How should the policy be implemented and if it should cover only ABDM-enrolled entities or the entire health ecosystem? Widen scope…

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