I started working a couple of shifts at a new clinic site this week. The examining rooms are on the first floor. And have floor-to-ceiling windows. Visible to the parking lot on one side, and the street on the other. Was this building a gym before it was a medical clinic? I had a patient changing in the room when I realized... as someone walked by and stopped to watch. I start lowering the shade, but it's not a complete shade. I have a naked patient being watched from the outside. Who built this clinic?
And they worry about the privacy of patient records? How about the actual privacy of patients being examined?