Rep. Dianne Black has been in the healthcare industry for decades and knows way too much to be fooled by the Obama administration. She’s calling out the Obamacare powers that be on the lack of privacy protection for Americans. This is serious stuff and breaches of privacy have already occurred last week with federal employees. Does anyone believe the privacy gaps will ever be closed with big government? I don’t...

Critics blasted the White House for perceived privacy gaps in the Affordable Care Act on Monday.

Representative Diane Black (R., Tenn.) is concerned about the possible breaches of privacy caused by Multidimensional Insurance Data Analytics System (MIDAS), a storage system for Obamacare participant’s personal information.

“We repeatedly warned of privacy concerns under the data hub only to be told by the Administration that this hub would not collect personally identifiable information—instead it would only be used to pass information between the appropriate agencies to verify an Obamacare applicant’s eligibility status. Clearly, the Obama administration did not deliver the whole truth,” Black said in a release.

MIDAS is not included in the privacy policy and it was implemented without a privacy assessment, according to Black. MIDAS is said to hold names, financial accounts, Social Security numbers, birthdates, addresses, phone numbers, and passport numbers.

Black has more than 40 years experience in the healthcare industry as a nurse and said that privacy is essential to medical care.

“This should concern every American who desires to see their personal information protected from the prying eyes of Big Brother Obama and it begs the question,” she said, adding, “What else don’t we know when it comes to Obamacare?”

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