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Day Kimball hospital fires anyone that breaks the hipaa law. Umass fires anyone that breaks the hipaa law, as well as other hospitals in this region. There's actually more to this story, which will be revealed later on. I have first hand knowledge of the incidents  (Mar 16, 2008 | post #4)

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Wow, I work at Windham Hospital in Willimantic, CT A staff member looked at my records and didn't get fired or suspended, read on. Check out the poll here: http://www.topix.c om/forum/city/will imantic-ct/TJ3L9SV 64R91L9VVT Here's another one: http://www.topix.c om/forum/city/will imantic-ct/T9ELT5T 3FIQO35HAT I worked at Windham Hospital as PT transport in the radiology department. One day I had an emergency, I was experiencing severe abdominal pains, cause by kidney stones. I had to have a CT scan of my abdomen and pelvis. Turned out that a kidney stone was stuck in the ureter. The next day while I was at work, I went to get a patient for CT scan. I brought the patient down brought the chart in the CT scan computer room as I walked out, I saw my images on the monitor. I confronted the tech and I asked her why were you looking at my CT images. She said that she was curious to know what my results were. I told her it's non of her business, so then I reported her. She violated my privacy rights and hipaa law. Was I impacted by this? Yes. Did she tell her co-workers? Yes. Was I embarrassed? Yes. Why? When having a CT scan of the abd and pelvis, it shows the outline of ones body. It show the most private areas. Is the hospital liable? Yes. As this wasn't the first time she has done this. She's looked at other staffs results. Is she liable as well? Yes. She can be sued too. A registered x-ray tech can be held liable. Am I within my rights? Yes. If you google Windham Hospital, you will find more information on what is happening with me  (Mar 16, 2008 | post #27)

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Shld Windham Hosp emp be sued 4 lkng @ empl. rcrds

I worked at Windham Hospital as PT transport in the radiology department. One day I had an emergency, I was experiencing severe abdominal pains, cause by kidney stones. I had to have a CT scan of my abdomen and pelvis. Turned out that a kidney stone was stuck in the ureter. The next day while I was at work, I went to get a patient for CT scan. I brought the patient down brought the chart in the CT scan computer room as I walked out, I saw my images on the monitor. I confronted the tech and I asked her why were you looking at my CT images. She said that she was curious to know what my results were. I told her it's non of her business, so then I reported her. She violated my privacy rights and hipaa law. Was I impacted by this? Yes. Did she tell her co-workers? Yes. Was I embarrassed? Yes. Why? When having a CT scan of the abd and pelvis, it shows the outline of ones body. It show the most private areas. Is the hospital liable? Yes. As this wasn't the first time she has done this. She's looked at other staffs results. Is she liable as well? Yes. She can be sued too. A registered x-ray tech can be held liable. Am I within my rights? Yes. If you google Windham Hospital, you will find more information on what is happening with me.  (Mar 15, 2008 | post #2)

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