MUSC terminates employees who ‘snoop’ in patients’ medical records

Mary Katherine Wildeman and Lauren Sausser report:

Thirteen employees were fired in 2017 from the Medical University of South Carolina after administrators determined they had broken federal law by using patient records without permission, spying on patient files or disclosing private information.

Some of these privacy breaches involved high-profile patients.

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