OAK PARK, IL – Dr. Demi Cratt, growing increasingly frustrated with logging in to review patient’s electronic medical records, finally called her hospital’s help desk for assistance. She was excited to discover a new upgrade to Hillary Mode, which would enable Dr. Cratt to receive HIPAA-protected sensitive information to her private e-mail, cell phone, Apple watch, or her favorite gadget: the Sh*tbit.
“For too long, I have been worried about patient confidentiality, protecting private information, and keeping electronic medical records secure. What doctors really need is convenience! Well, and healthcare reform, less reliance on patient satisfaction scores, and more autonomy. But that stuff is never happening, so it’s nice to just have unrestricted access to patient’s private information,” Dr. Cratt explains to the Gomerblog team.
Hospital administrators worry Hillary Mode will lead to HIPAA violations. Admittedly, they are also concerned about Trump Mode with an impenetrable password wall consisting of 75 characters, including 10 symbols and minimum of 4 “culturally-insensitive” phrases.