This will be my last post on the matter and section 17(2)(b) of the Act is very clear. For others who can’t access this Act, section 17 states:
17 Retention of records uploaded to National Repositories Service
(1) This section applies to a record if: (a) the record is uploaded to the National Repositories Service; and (b) the record includes health information that is included in the My Health Record of a healthcare recipient. (2) The System Operator must ensure that the record is retained for the period: (a) beginning when the record is first uploaded to the National Repositories Service; and (b) ending: (i) 30 years after the death of the healthcare recipient; or (ii) if the System Operator does not know the date of death of the healthcare recipient—130 years after the date of birth of the healthcare recipient.
I think you may be confused. There is a Shared Health Summaries in Myhealth, but this is only part of the whole of the MyHealth Record System.
I challenge you to find information in the Act or on the MyHealth website that indicates otherwise.
Just logging onto the MyHealth website, the front webpages presents data as a summary, but the details underlying reports, scan results, medications/prescriptions etc exist on the same website. If the full details were presented on the front pages, it would be near impossible to read or decipher.