As a hospital clerk she breached the privacy of 1,043 patients, according to an investigation by the Canadian Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner.
"Colbourne had accessed the files of 1,043 patients from June 2011 to May 2012."It is unclear why the breaches, which started in 2011, were not discovered and announced until 2012. Healthcare organizations seeking to proactively detect identity theft and inappropriate access, even by authorized users, can utilize low-cost on-demand SaaS analytics services.
- The Western Star
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(a) Donna Colbourne pleads guilty to breaching health information act - www.TheWesternStar.com, 04/30/2014