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Abstract: Implementation of efficient, universally applied, computer to computer communications is a high priority for many national health systems. As a consequence, much effort has been channelled into finding ways in which a patient’s previous medical history can be made accessible when needed. A number of countries have attempted to share patients’ records, with varying