Many privacy advocates are concerned that Obamacare will result in a national electronic health database used to store and display patients’ medical claims data.

Matt Drudge of The Drudge Report says that some wealthy people are so determined to protect their privacy that they are getting bloodwork done under fake names.

Drudge appears to suggest that some concierge doctors are facilitating the practice. Some Twitter users consider this a great entrepreneurial innovation:

It’s all good … until the physician loses his or her medical license.