Jan 172019
 January 17, 2019  Posted by  Featured News, Healthcare, Non-U.S.

Jackie Hong reports:

The Yukon Hospital Corporation (YHC) violated privacy legislation when it shared a new mother’s health information with a community health centre without the woman’s knowledge or consent, the territory’s privacy watchdog has found.

However, after an internal review and consultation with British Columbia health authorities, the YHC determined that there was nothing wrong with its policies and nothing needs to change.

Read more on Yukon News while I blink my eyes a few times.  So YHC can just refuse to accept recommendations? What happens next? Or what could happen next?

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