Could poor implementation of GDPR be costing small providers thousands?

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Could poor implementation of GDPR be costing small providers thousands?

NHS providers could be about to face significantly larger costs because of GDPR. Alongside additional health services who are required to appoint a DPO when the changes are implemented, The BDA has written to the Minister of Digital and Culture in a bid to drop the plans that will cost small providers a potentially damaging amount.

This article provides more information on the planned data protection regulations, and the action the BDA has taken against it: Click here to read “Botched new Data Protection Act could slap £2k bill on small NHS providers”

We’re interested to know how this could affect your practice, and whether you have plans in place to accommodate these potential extra costs?

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