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Posted Wednesday, August 5, 2009 7:12 AM
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Sadly, I think there is truth to this cartoon.

Ever been to a doctors office sitting in the exam room and seen another patients records on the screen?




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Posted Wednesday, August 24, 2011 1:35 PM
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Sadly, I think there is truth to this cartoon.

Ever been to a doctors office sitting in the exam room and seen another patients records on the screen?


Or in the waiting room when an older, hearing-impaired person yells his/her SSNO to the receptionist so loudly it can be heard in the next block?



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Sadly, I think there is truth to this cartoon.

Ever been to a doctors office sitting in the exam room and seen another patients records on the screen?


Or in the waiting room when an older, hearing-impaired person yells his/her SSNO to the receptionist so loudly it can be heard in the next block?


Yes - experienced that. I give them a pass though.




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Posted Wednesday, August 24, 2011 1:57 PM
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Sadly, I think there is truth to this cartoon.

Ever been to a doctors office sitting in the exam room and seen another patients records on the screen?


Or in the waiting room when an older, hearing-impaired person yells his/her SSNO to the receptionist so loudly it can be heard in the next block?


Yes - experienced that. I give them a pass though.


Agreed...but I'm sure there are some unscrupulous people out there.



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