Octomom's hospital fined

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California health officials have fined Kaiser Permanente Hospital $250,000 after hospital employees illegally accessed medical records for octuplet mother Nadya Suleman. Hospital spokesman Jim Anderson told the Associated Press the state found that the hospital did not do enough to prevent the privacy breach. The hospital did, however warn workers to stay away from Suleman's files. — AM
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