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Re: Confidentiality Policies in Dr's Off Site Office
Mr. Lorton wrote:
>The real challenge is to improve security and balance the costs against the
>effects on efficiency so that all stakeholders can live with the results.
Therein lies the reason why we can never get consensus on some of these
issues. We don't share the same basic values. I am interested in costs but
not at the sacrifice of *any* of my privacy. My priorities are different than
yours Mr. Lorton. I would rather forego treatment than risk my privacy in
certain areas, so it is more than a matter of cost, but also access
to health care.
Mr. Dubios said it better:
There are forces at work that will, if unresisted, take from us our liberties.
There always will be. But at least in the United States, our rights are not
so much stolen from us as they are simply lost by us. The price of freedom
is not only vigilance but also participation.
Phillip L. Dubois, 1996
Dick Mills +1(518)395-5154 O- http://www.pti-us.com
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