Lawsuit alleged no-show worker breached patient privacy

Harry Minium and Patrick Wilson report:

The Community Services Board employee who collected pay for 12 years without showing up for work was suspended in 1998 after she was accused of revealing confidential medical information about a patient, said two sources who spoke on condition they not be identified. The sources are familiar with a police investigation.

Toni Rae Harris filed a lawsuit in Norfolk Circuit Court in June 1999 against the Community Services Board and employee Jill McGlone. While the alleged infraction explains why McGlone originally was suspended, the sources said it does not explain why she was allowed to sit home for 12 years and continue to collect pay and benefits.

Read more in the Virginian-Pilot.

Via PrivacyMemes

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