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On today’s edition of Coffee and Markets, Brad Jackson and Ben Domenech are joined by Ryan Kalember to discuss the security threats your electronic health information faces, why the Obamacare exchanges will offer a tempting target to hackers and what you can do to minimize the threats to your medical data.

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  • MattMusson

    I worked at a major SouthEastern hospital where a NASCAR driver was brought after
    a wreck. Almost 250 doctors and nurses accessed his medical records. The same thing
    happened when a former sitcom actor visited. Now, with centralization, who knows how
    many people will review the medical records next time a Kardashian goes to the hospital?