Nov 052015
 November 5, 2015  Featured News, Healthcare, U.S.

Mary Tuma reports:

On Oct. 22, Texas Health and Human Services Commission‘s Office of Inspector General staff stormed Planned Parenthood offices unannounced in Houston, Dallas, San Antonio, and Brownsville with subpoenas for thousands of pages of documents in medical-record storage facilities across Texas, including Austin, Waco, and Tyler.

Claiming allegations of Medicaid fraud, but without providing concrete evidence, the raiders demanded patient records, including personal clinical notes, and lab results from 2010 to the present, as well as personal information on all PP employees, including home addresses and phone numbers; and stunningly, they expected all the data delivered just 24 hours later.

Read more on The Austin Chronicle.

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