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Agreement reached on UIHC privacy breach

BY DI STAFF | APRIL 20, 2010 7:30 AM

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A University of Iowa faculty member has reached an agreement with state officials regarding an alleged privacy breach.

Sandra Rosenfeld-O’Tool, a 42-year-old UI Hospital and Clinics physician, reached a settlement agreement on April 9 with the Iowa Board of Medicine over “unethical or unprofessional conduct,” according to a board press release.

Rosenfeld-O’Tool reportedly viewed records of patients who were not under her care, which violates patient-privacy standards in Iowa. Rosenfeld-O’Tool is a clinical assistant professor of family medicine.

With the agreement, Rosenfeld-O’Tool will be required to pay a $4,000 fine and complete a board-approved professional ethics program within 60 days.

— by Sam Lane

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