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Hebert Comments on Lawsuits Over Medical Record Breaches in Seven Days

January 6, 2016 by Brittany Willette

James Hebert, M.D., UVM professor and interim division chief of general surgery and executive vice chair for academic affairs, commented on the difficulties of reviewing electronic medical records privately during a recent meeting with Vermont lawmakers discussing a provision allowing patient lawsuits for breaches in the privacy of health data which was covered in Seven Days.

UVM Professor And Interim Division Chief Of General Surgery And Executive Vice Chair For Academic Affairs James Hebert, M.D. (COM Design & Photography)

(JANUARY 6, 2016) James Hebert, M.D., UVM professor and interim division chief of general surgery and executive vice chair for academic affairs, commented on the difficulties of reviewing electronic medical records privately during a recent meeting with Vermont lawmakers discussing a provision allowing patient lawsuits for breaches in the privacy of health data which was covered in Seven Days.

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Hebert Comments on Lawsuits Over Medical Record Breaches in Seven Days

January 6, 2016 by Brittany Willette

James Hebert, M.D., UVM professor and interim division chief of general surgery and executive vice chair for academic affairs, commented on the difficulties of reviewing electronic medical records privately during a recent meeting with Vermont lawmakers discussing a provision allowing patient lawsuits for breaches in the privacy of health data which was covered in Seven Days.

UVM Professor And Interim Division Chief Of General Surgery And Executive Vice Chair For Academic Affairs James Hebert, M.D. (COM Design & Photography)

(JANUARY 6, 2016) James Hebert, M.D., UVM professor and interim division chief of general surgery and executive vice chair for academic affairs, commented on the difficulties of reviewing electronic medical records privately during a recent meeting with Vermont lawmakers discussing a provision allowing patient lawsuits for breaches in the privacy of health data which was covered in Seven Days.