New York-Presbyterian Hospital has been fined $2.2 million under sanctions handed down by the HHS Office for Civil Rights and has entered into a corrective action plan for unauthorized filming of two patients while participating in the “NY Med” television series.

It was the second HIPAA violation for New York-Presbyterian Hospital (NYP), which two years ago paid $3.3 million and Columbia University paid $1.5 million following a 2010 breach in which protected health information on a shared data network was found to be accessible on Google and other Internet search engines.

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