B.C. Ministry of Health fires 5 for privacy breach

Number of breaches ‘increasing exponentially,’ says industry expert

In September, the British Columbia Ministry of Health fired five employees and suspended two others for alleged misuse of confidential medical information. The employees were working with contractors on drug-related research and it is believed they went outside the rules around taking and using data, said Health Minister Margaret MacDiarmid.

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