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Re: Confidentiality Policies
On Wed, 8 May 1996, Lewis Lorton wrote:
> Its a package deal. Your choice.
> You could move to rural Belize, live on roots, cure yourself with herbs and
> pay for your grub by picking coconuts.
> What Saxon King commanded the tide to stop and ended up with wet feet?
I'm sure Lew has a point to make here, but I'm a bit lost. What do
herbs and coconuts have to do with giving consumers greater power over
how their medical records are used? What's wrong with giving consumers
more "choice." jamie
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