Charles Rusnell reports:
Alberta Health Minister Tyler Shandro is the subject of another privacy breach complaint — his second in a month — after his political staff accessed and released billing information from an Edmonton clinic to rebut allegations made during an NDP news conference.
The billing information had been anonymized — stripped of data that could identify patients.
A health law professor said it is unlikely there was a breach of the provincial Health Information Act (HIA).
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