70% of consumers would cut ties with doctors over unprotected health data

October 1, 2020

70% of consumers would cut ties with doctors over unprotected health data

There are growing privacy concerns among Americans due to COVID-19 with nearly 70 percent citing they would likely sever healthcare provider ties if they found that their personal health data was unprotected, a CynergisTek survey reveals.

Caleb Barlow, CEO of CynergisTek provided commentary for this article, which discusses how healthcare systems and corporations continue to grapple with data challenges associated with COVID-19.

David Finn, Executive Vice President at CynergisTek, contributes this article, where he discusses privacy and protection of critical patient and employee data during COVID-19.

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