Here's a story about a small practice expanding their use of IT.
For a while the practice had only used a PC on reception but recently they had added laptops to the consulting rooms.
The practice requires the patient to change out of their clothes during the consultation and the practitioner leaves the room while this happens. Fine whilst they had paper notes perhaps but now there's a laptop with a WEBCAM pointing at the patient!
There is a real danger here from possible invasion of privacy.
You may not realise but it's possible to view a webcam remotely.
So to all you medical professionals out there: THIS is just one example of why you need specialist IT advice when you install a computer system.
Anyone can sell you a computer, but a medical specialist can keep you from going to jail, or at the very least not getting questions over privacy issues...