I really don't care who see's or pays to see my medical records, I'm a nobody in nowhereville (wish you were here the weather is great, and the outlook is ..weird) even if it's a serious illness. As for the rich and famous - sorry but the same applies - I really don't care what disease you have, even if it's AIDS.
It's so sad that the tabloids and all the other W*****s seem so obsessed with learning peoples dirty little secrets, like the phone tapping scandals in the UK a while back, especially of murder victims (I'd give all those people a life sentence in a big brother style glass box in the middle of central park for all to gawk at), so Rooney shagged a hooker...who cares? Does it change his football ability? No, if anything the prying from tabloids might affect it though.
Far as "professionals who see their power threatened", well they shouldn't be so bigoted in the medical industry - far as I'm aware they still have to take the hippocratic oath to " do no harm" - any such attitude that gets in the way of patient healthcare because they might "lose their position of power" does harm whether they see it or not.
And a clerk can't do what computers can, especially in some situations I can think of.
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