Texas psych hospitals deal with privacy breaches

Jan 27, 2014 Full story: The State

In one incident, an employee at Big Spring State Hospital in West Texas was fired after officials alleged she walked out of the facility with 50 patients' protected health records, the Austin American-Statesman reported Sunday.

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Donny Brook

Bastrop, TX

#1 Jan 27, 2014
Why should some nut have privacy? Who do you think is doing the killing in this country? Oh, that's right, it's a gun. That walking, talking, breathing, thinking piece of steel does it all. Look it. Why should violent and/or potential violent rapists, killers, cruel women and kid beaters be given privacy. We deserve to know who lives next door. You bet the liberals who scream the loudest for these bottom of the barrel, barely human jetsam and flotsam don't have one living within 3 miles of them.
The Wandering Jew

Petersburg, VA

#2 Mar 23, 2014
I worked in Wichita Fall s.h. as a take down specialist some 30 years ago, RN. They had a clear understanding after a couple of rounds with me, Now the nut has all the privilege.

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