Omaha hospital workers fired over Ebola privacy
The Nebraska hospital that treated an American aid worker infected with Ebola has fired two workers accused of violating the man’s privacy by looking at his medical file.
In a written statement Friday, the Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha said an audit of the hospital’s electronic medical records led to the discovery that two employees had inappropriately accessed Dr. Rick Sacra’s file. The Omaha World-Herald first reported the firings Friday.
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