An employee at Tewksbury Hospital in Massachusetts was found to be occasionally snooping in patients’ electronic medical records without clinical justification.
The inappropriate access of medical records occurred from 2003 until it was discovered this past spring. Now, the facility—one of four hospitals in the Massachusetts Department of Public Health serving complex chronically ill adult patients and psychiatric patients—has notified more than 1,100 affected individuals.
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