May 052016
 
 May 5, 2016  Breaches, Healthcare

Cheryl Clark reports:

When Sharp Grossmont Hospital officials realized anesthesia drugs were disappearing from surgery carts, they turned to video surveillance to catch those responsible. In the process, they also captured many images of women undergoing surgery.

The video surveillance has raised questions about patient privacy and how well the hospital managed its storage of dangerous drugs.

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