Woman charged with buying patient records at Miami-based Jackson Memorial
Miami Herald, September 22, 2009
A Miami cosmetician is set to appear in federal courton charges of buying confidential patient records from a Jackson Memorial Hospital employee and selling them to a lawyer suspected of soliciting the patients to file personal-injury claims. Maria Victoria Suarez was added to an indictment that charges her and husband Ruben E. Rodriguez with paying a JMH ultrasound technician $1,000 a month for the hospital records of hundreds of patients, federal authorities said.
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