Patients` secrecy is protected by state law. If a patient`s private information is disclosed without authorization and causes any harm to the patient, he or she may have a way to bring an action against the healthcare provider for treatment errors, privacy violations, or other related offenses. Of course, if the patient accepted the disclosure, there was no violation. I. Electronic health information communication systems must be equipped with appropriate security measures (e.g. encryption.B, message authentication, user verification, etc.) in order to protect the privacy and confidentiality of doctors and patients. While all healthcare professionals are required to keep confidential the information received from the patient during care or treatment, the Code of Ethics, which is not absolute, also has some exceptions such as the need to involve other healthcare professionals to improve treatment or ensure the patient`s safety in front of himself or at the request of a court. . . .