JUN 14, 2011

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Woman Faces Criminal Charges for HIPAA Privacy Violations

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An Alabama woman has been charged with violations of the HIPAA privacy rule for stealing paper surgery schedules of about 4,500 patients from Trinity Medical Center in Birmingham and intending to use the names, dates of birth and Social Security numbers to commit identity theft.

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