Centre for Internet & Society

Anamika Kundu, Shweta Mohandas and Pallavi Bedi along with 9 other organizations / individuals drafted comments to the Draft National Health Data Management Policy 2.0.

This is a joint submission on behalf of (i) Access Now, (ii) Article 21, (iii) Centre for New Economic Studies, (iv) Center for Internet and Society, (v) Internet Freedom Foundation, (vi) Centre for Justice, Law and Society at Jindal Global Law School, (vii) Priyam Lizmary Cherian, Advocate, High Court of Delhi (ix) Swasti-Health Catalyst, (x) Population Fund of India.

At the outset, we would like to thank the National Health Authority (NHA) for inviting public comments on the draft version of the National Health Data Management Policy 2.0 (NDHMPolicy 2.0) (Policy) We have not provided comments to each section/clause, but have instead highlighted specific broad concerns which we believe are essential to be addressed prior tothe launch of NDHM Policy 2.0.

Read on to view the full submission here

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