On Tuesday 11 December, Reform launched its report, Making NHS data work for everyone. The report was covered by The Times, PharmaTimes, Health Service Journal, Public Technology, OnMedica, Practice Business, Hapia, The Kings Fund, Healthcare Leader, Healthwatch York, UK Authority, Future Care Capital, and the BMJ. Most recently, it was mentioned in the Sunday Times.
The report was referenced in the Department of Health and Social Care's publication, Code of Conduct for data-driven health and care technology. The report is also mentioned in a House of Commons briefing paper, 'Patient health records: access, sharing and confidentiality'.
It has also been covered globally in Russia, Canada and NYU's Living Library.
It was covered in the BMJ Journals, in the article 'From EHR to PHR: let’s get the record straight', by J Symons, H Ashrafian, R Dunscombe and A Darzi. It was also cited in The Lancet, in the article 'Ensuring that the NHS realises fair financial value from its data', by G Fontana, S Ghafur, L Torne, J Goodman and A Darzi.
The latest mention was on the 19th December 2019, where it was cited in the Healthcare Informatics Research journal in an article by Lee D, Park M, Chang S and Ko H, 'Protecting and Utilizing Health and Medical Big Data: Policy Perspectives from Korea'.
It has since been covered in NHSx's Digital Technology Standards, research by Understanding Patient Data, BMJ Open, The Journal of Healthcare informatics research, The Journal of Medical Internet Research, and a May 2020 House of Commons Briefing Paper.