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Concerns raised about patient privacy with new bill

Doctors are raising red flags about new legislation they say compromises the sanctity of doctor-patient confidentiality and allows government bureaucrats access to their patients' private health information.

Bill 119, an amendment to the previous Personal Health Information Protection Act, was passed in May.

Doctors say bureaucrats are now able to access confidential medical health records without the patient's consent.

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