The breach of Medicare data that resulted in patient card numbers being sold on the darknet should not have any significant implications for the government rollout of My Health Record, says the peak body for general practitioners.My Health Record will involve patients health information being uploaded to an online database.In its submission to the Senate inquiry into the Medicare data breach, the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP) said a Medicare card number alone would not allow access to a patients My Health Record.The authentication process for both the consumer and provider portals of the My Health Record are complex and have many layers of security, the college said.Medicare data breach:

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