Hospital owners and doctors had no standing in its bank or patient records

John Wesley Hall writes:

The operator of a small hospital corporation with at most 25 employees had no standing in the bank records of the corporation. Because they might have standing in their own offices doesn’t translate into standing over bank records. As to patient records, HIPAA confidentiality requirements don’t translate into standing to contest search of those records by search warrant. United States v. Novak, 2015 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 499 (N.D. Ill. January 6, 2015)

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