So Much for Doctor/Patient Confidentiality – 20,000 Patient Records

Patient Data Posted Online in Huge Breach of Privacy

By
Published: September 8, 2011

A medical privacy breach at Stanford University’s hospital in Palo Alto, Calif., led to the public posting of medical records for 20,000 emergency room patients, including names and diagnosis codes, on a commercial Web site for nearly a year, the hospital has confirmed….
….The spreadsheet contained names, diagnosis codes, account numbers, admission and discharge dates, and billing charges for patients seen at Stanford Hospital’s emergency room   Full Story
~LTG
 

Please follow and like us:
error0
 

Leave a Reply

avatar
  Subscribe  
Notify of
Anonymous
Guest
Anonymous

But it’s all for “social justice” so illegal aliens can get free healthcare and vote Democratic, you know… a small price to pay in leftards’ view.