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The Association of Psychologists of Nova Scotia says that the passing of Bill 89 would jeopardize patients' privacy and put providers in a position where they might be expected to break their code of ethics, reports the Canadian Press. The bill would allow healthcare providers to share patient information within a patient's "circle of care" without express consent. Myles Genest, a Halifax psychologist, says that wording is too vague to ensure proper control of patient data.
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