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I read with dismay last week’s article by well known  Washington Post  business columnist Michelle Singletary, who questioned whether several hospital employees should have been fired by a hospital in New Zealand for inappropriately accessing the hospital’s electronic health record to view the information of a patient with a “titillating” medical emergency, and then sharing the records with the public and media. read more

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Dear Washington Post: Patients privacy rights are no joke

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