Gordon Friedman reports:
Patients at the Oregon State Hospital‘s maximum security ward report being upset that their private medical information was improperly shared by a hospital psychiatrist.
On June 9, a psychiatrist used a cell phone to photograph a patient census sheet and accidentally sent it to six people, said Joni DeTrant, medical records director at OSH. The census sheet lists patient names, identification numbers, treatment information, legal status, precaution and privilege levels, and includes a photo of each patient.
The number of patients whose information was on the census sheet was not included in the report.
Read more on The Statesman Journal.
See the notification to patients of July 7.