Documents give details on Hennepin Healthcare employees fired for ‘improperly’ accessing George Floyd records

Hannah Flood reports:

The public is learning more about some employees at Hennepin HealthCare who were fired for accessing George Floyd’s medical information when they weren’t supposed to.

An attorney for Floyd’s family was notified last month that his medical records were accessed multiple times by employees at the hospital, violating Floyd’s medical privacy and leading to the firing of several employees.

Through a public information request, FOX 9 obtained records of five employees terminated for accessing information related to a “high profile patient” without a work-related reason.

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