How safe are medical records?
Forbes.com, June 5, 2009
Stealing medical data has become more attractive to hackers and identity thieves as banks and individuals have become more sophisticated about protecting credit-building information. Patients may feel like they have little control over information, but there are ways to safeguard data. An increased vigilance when handling medical cards and bills is an essential tactic, for example.
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