Disciplinary action withdrawn against two dozen nurses accused in privacy breach

James Wood reports:

Disciplinary measures have been dropped against dozens of Alberta Health Services employees in the case of a massive alleged privacy breach in Calgary, although some workers still face sanctions.

In October, AHS announced 48 employees working out of South Health Campus faced disciplinary action, with at least one being fired, for improperly accessing a patient’s information.

However, the United Nurses of Alberta said in its December newsletter that the disciplinary action had been withdrawn against 24 nurses, including one nurse who was terminated.

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