he illegally accessed the UCLA medical records system over 300 times,
a dermatology practice lost an unencrypted flash drive that contained protected health information
bills contained protected info like CPT codes, which can reveal patient diagnoses
Texas hospital employee
wrongful disclosure of private patient medical information
she shared confidential medical info about a customer who once dated her husband
accessed 596 medical records in a 10-month period. Knapp was authorized to view records as part of her job, but only for the patients she was treating.
STD. The nurse sent six text messages, warning the man’s girlfriend about the disease.
clinic could have prevented the nurse from treating a close personal acquaintance.
the employee peeked at the patient’s file and gave private info to her husband. The husband called the plaintiff and demanded that the lawsuit be dropped
hired an outside vendor to convert all X-Ray films on file to digital form
clinic didn’t first sign a BAA with the vendor, they violated HIPAA
a staff member talked with a patient about procedures for HIV testing, thereby disclosing Protected Health Information (PHI) to others in the waiting room.
. In 2013, an HIV-positive patient asked an office manager to fax his medical records to his new urologist. Instead, the very busy office manager accidentally faxed them to his new employer.
A Virginia clinic caught 14 employees who had improperly viewed the medical files of a high-profile patient without a legitimate medical need.
results of a high-profile student athlete’s pregnancy test
filled out prior authorization forms for patients
six doctors and 13 employees at UCLA Medical Center viewed Britney Spears’ medical records
when a laptop containing hundreds of patient medical records was stolen from a parked car
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