Lawyers working in the highly regulated health care industry are finding their work is becoming more complicated by an explosion of information, devices and new technology that puts sensitive patient data at risk, a new survey finds.

The survey—Consero Group’s 2017 Healthcare General Counsel report developed in partnership with Broad and Cassel—shows that 75 percent of respondents cited data security as the issue about which they are most worried. The survey questioned 54 GCs of mid- to large health care systems in the United States, as part of Consero’s health care general counsel forum held late last year.

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