Deborah Peel

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Medical doctor and Founding Chair of Patient Privacy Rights, which advocates for patient privacy

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President Obama's Affordable Care Act promotes the digitization of millions of medical records to measure outcomes and contain costs.

Big Data for Healthcare: What about Patient Privacy?

President Obama's Affordable Care Act promotes the digitization of millions of medical records to measure outcomes and contain costs.

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