The Emergence of Biometric Technology in Healthcare: Patient Privacy and Data Protection Concerns
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Students of Johnson-Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy’s JSGS 856 course were asked to write an opinion-based critical commentary or comparative analysis on a substantive information privacy topic in health or health care. The following showcases Shalini Gambhir’s graduate student paper, The Emergence of Biometric Technology in Healthcare: Patient Privacy and Data Protection Concerns .