Ca: Vitalité Health refers doctor privacy breach to RCMP

CBC News reports:

Vitalité Health Network is asking Codiac Regional RCMP in Moncton to investigate after one of its doctors accessed the electronic medical records of dozens of female patients without authorization.

An investigation by New Brunswick’s Privacy Commissioner Anne Bertrand determined Dr. Fernando Rojas Lievano of the Dr. Georges-L.-Dumont University Hospital Centre in Moncton had accessed the personal health information of a number of women without authorization.

Read more on CBC News.

Update:  You can find an update on this case here. He was never charged criminally by the RCMP.

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