'Sell patients' medical information for cash? Why not?' say 18 per cent of US healthcare staff

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Accenture survey finds one-in-five employees in healthcare sector would flog patient data for $1,000

Just under one-in-five employees in the healthcare sector would give access to confidential medical data to an outsider in return for up to $1,000, according to a survey of healthcare workers in th...

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