5 hospital workers get jobs back in privacy case

Chris Moran reports:

Five of the 16 employees fired by the Harris County Hospital District in November after being accused of violating patient privacy laws have been reinstated.

The firings were the fallout from October, when Dr. Stephanie Wuest, a first-year Baylor College of Medicine resident assigned to Ben Taub General Hospital, was shot in a grocery store parking lot and became a patient at the hospital.

Read more in the Houston Chronicle to find out why they were reinstated.

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