She told him she was pregnant and showed him images of a positive pregnancy test, ultrasound and hospital lab work to prove it to him. However, the items she showed him came from patient records at the hospital where she was employed.
"[she] allegedly stole medical records of patients in a desperate bid to keep [her ex-boyfriend] in her clutches."Unfortunately this seems to be another breach of patient privacy that was discovered by law enforcement, not the organization holding the personal health information (PHI). Healthcare organizations seeking to proactively detect data privacy breaches and identity thefts can utilize low-cost on-demand SaaS analytics services.
- NY Prosecutor, Laura Millendorf
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(a) Tiger impersonator’s ex ‘stole medical records to fake pregnancy’ - www.NYpost.com, 04/21/2015