New York Civil Liberties Union says Obamacare violates patients’ right to sexual privacy
Obamacare requires doctors to ask patients personal questions about their sex lives, and to put their answers into an electronic database. Doctors who avoid doing this will be penalized.
Dr. Adam Budzikowski, a New York cardiologist, said these sex question were “insensitive, stupid and very intrusive,” and that he could not think of any reason why a cardiologist would need such information.
Dr. Richard Amerling, an associate professor of medicine at Albert Einstein Medical College, said that a patient’s medical record should be “a story created by you and your doctor solely for your treatment and benefit,” and that Obamacare turns doctor appointments “into an interrogation, and the data will not be confidential.”
The New York Civil Liberties Union said that these requirements were a violation of patients’ privacy.
The Obama administration said that patients who wished to keep their information out of the electronic database should pay in cash.
Obama’s refusal to fire or prosecute those IRS agents sends a clear message that Obama does not care about patients’ privacy, and that IRS agents are allowed to do whatever they want in terms of violating patients’ privacy.
Since then, Obama has hired 16,500 new IRS agents to run Obamacare. They can do whatever they want with patients’ personal information, without having to worry about getting fired or prosecuted.
In addition to that, the Obama administration will not be doing background check on Obamacare “navigators,” despite the fact that these “navigators” will have access to people’s personal, private, and financial information. Anyone with any kind of criminal background can get a job as a “navigator,” and will have access to people’s private information.
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