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EU-UK transfers of data: implications for the European healthcare sector - Speaker view
Helen Hartland
46:45
Is anyone else's audio really bad?
Michael Beauvais
46:56
Mine is good
Jo Higgins (HDFT)
46:58
mine is ok
Jens J├Ąger, Helmholtz
46:59
I can hear them well
Michaela Th Mayrhofer (BBMRI)
47:02
Mine is ok
John Hancock
47:04
Mine is also fine
Helen Hartland
47:07
Is anyone else's audio really bad?
Peter Marks
47:09
Mine is good
ajs72
47:11
Mines fine
Andy McDonald
47:12
Good here. Occasional crackles.
Wendy Craig
47:14
Mines fine.
Emma Quinn
47:15
All good
Tim Knifton
47:34
Occasional breakups but mostly fine.
Jenny Tunbridge - Arthur Rank Hospice Charity
47:37
all good
Michael Beauvais
47:38
Ecce vox populi!
SquireTi
47:40
mine fine
liam.brennan
47:54
audio very good, try leaving and rejoining that sometimes helps
Wendy Craig
49:03
What are the time scales for approving/rejecting the adequacy decision?
Steve.Clarke
52:08
At ICO conference yesterday they mentioned to be completed end of June as they are well advanced.
Steve Creighton
54:09
has the EDPB response altered the Commisions draft decision? https://edpb.europa.eu/news/news/2021/edpb-opinions-draft-uk-adequacy-decisions_en as it strikes a more cautious note than the draft decision?
Elena Beratarbide
01:04:59
What is your interpretation of what data subjects will be in scope? particularly with regards to the UK having to comply with EU GDPR for "EU residents". For instance, if a EU Resident accesses UK emergency health services when visiting the UK, and for the provision of those health services personal data is collected, is there an expectation that the data controllers collect data about the place of residence of this individual and comply with EU GDPR as well as UK GDPR? GDRP is clear on data minimisation, and we wouldn't normally expect to collect data about the place of residence, or if the person is a EU resident or not - it will require changes in most information systems we have in place in order to be able to make this distinction.
HSP Support Group Mike
01:06:05
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Sarion Bowers
01:07:21
If LIBE object to the draft decision, as seems to be expected, is it still possible to achieve a positive adequacy decision?
Anne Tighe
01:07:33
I'm sorry but my audio doesn't seem to be working and I was wondering if this webinar will be available to watch afterwards?
Claudia Tannant
01:08:24
Hi Anne- the recording will be circulated afterwards :)
Euan McComiskie
01:08:43
I work in Northern Ireland. Will there be different regulations affecting healthcare data flow across that border as opposed to the one between mainland UK and the Europe?
Anne Tighe
01:08:49
Many thanks - that's great. Technical issues today!!
Fiona Loud (Kidney Care UK)
01:10:17
What issues does the panel see with exchanging treatment and healthcare information for people receiving care in the EU - for instance for those receiving dialysis under reciprocal healthcare arrangements?
Catherine Hartmann EBA
01:11:29
I cannot hear either
Rosie Richards
01:13:28
Hi Catherine - if you try leaving the event and re-joining this may help solve your sound issues.
Andy McDonald
01:16:32
I suspect rejoining will fix a lot of issues.
HSP Support Group Mike
01:17:43
Hi CatherinePushed them in and was OK
HSP Support Group Mike
01:18:41
Hi Catherine I had the problem and found one of my cables was slightly dislodged. I pushed them in and was OK
Elena Beratarbide
01:21:49
We also have to remember that we have other routes to transfer personal data other than an adequacy decision; we transfer data to many other countries in the world as long as an appropriate safeguard or an exception exist. There are exceptions for data in public registries, and for the greater public benefit etc.
Elena Beratarbide
01:22:31
no doubt that an AD would be the preferable situation.
Wendy Craig
01:23:30
Yes understanding Article 49 is key.
Craig Oates
01:27:18
Could we leave the political commentary out please ?
Craig Oates
01:27:44
It has been unpleasant on both sides and is unhelpful in this forum
Michel Coleman
01:29:28
To Craig Oates and everyone: The LIBE comments on the draft adequacy decision are markedly political, that side of the issue cannot be ignored
Sue Routledge
01:30:15
Well said Michael!
Craig Oates
01:30:33
Comments on fishing issues and negotiations positions isn't helpful, lets all move on from that
Craig Oates
01:30:50
This is too important
Francesca Forzano
01:38:53
..and protection for UK citizens alike!! Flow of information might also have implications for security
Trine Ruby
01:40:04
What is your recommendation to companies? The work on the AD is on track, but will not be ready until the end of the bridging period, so what should companies do in case a delay does occur? Should we prepare for worst case and risk wasting a lot of work or simply trust that the AD will be reached in time?
Heather Coupar - UKRI MRC
01:41:32
If the draft Adequacy decisions are approved, will these be reviewed in future? (I read somewhere that they could be reviewed in 4 years time?)
JPope
01:42:26
Thank you, very useful.
Michel Coleman
01:42:26
Yes, within 4 years
Liadain Reid
01:42:33
Thank you!
IKrupina
01:42:33
Thank you
Emma R
01:42:34
Thank you!
Baxter, Pam
01:42:35
Thank you very much