If their health data were stolen, 40% of U.S. adults would change doctors and 35% would change hospitals, according to a Harris Interactive survey commissioned by Cintas. "This research confirms that by failing to make security a priority, businesses can discourage once-loyal customers from returning. It could also stop potential customers from ever patronizing your business," said Cintas official John Otten.
Failing to prioritize data security may drive patients away
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