Page removed after complaint from health department about ‘potential inaccuracies’

A complaint from the federal health department has prompted the parliamentary library to pull its advice that patients’ My Health Record could be accessed by police without a court order.

A spokesman for the library told Guardian Australia the parliamentary librarian, Dianne Heriot, “decided to temporarily take down the post”, which contradicted the health minister’s advice, while it is reviewed after concerns were raised by the health department.

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