The California Department of Public Health has fined Redding-based Shasta Regional Medical Center $95,000 for violating the confidentiality of an individual patient.
The medical center disputes the findings of the department, but agreed to a corrective action plan that includes HIPAA training for the CEO, chief medical officer and director of marketing, according to a department report of findings and the plan.
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