Too Many Healthcare Employees Would Share Sensitive Data


from Healthcare IT News

The most recent Dell End-User Security Survey has some found that three in four employees across all industries, including 68 percent of employees at healthcare organizations, would share sensitive, confidential or regulated information under certain circumstances. Some situations, such as being directed to do so by management (43 percent) or sharing with a person authorized to receive it (37 percent), would seem legitimate. But others, such as determining that the risk to their company is very low and the potential benefit of sharing information is high (23 percent), or feeling it will help themselves or the recipient do their jobs more effectively (22 percent and 13 percent respectively) play a bit looser with the rules.

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Disclaimer: The viewpoint expressed in this article is the opinion of the author and is not necessarily the viewpoint of the owners or employees at Healthcare Staffing Innovations, LLC.

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