Jackson Health holding secret meeting on security camera problems
Last month, after Jackson Health System's governing board learned to its shock that a video camera in the hospital's pharmacy failed to record the theft of $18,000 in drugs, members asked for a report on how many security cameras on the Jackson campus weren't recording.
Tuesday, Jackson executives will offer the report on security video cameras -- in secret. That portion of the audit committee meeting will be closed to the public.
A Jackson spokeswoman said Monday afternoon that the meeting will be closed under a section of the Florida Sunshine Law exempting details about government security systems.
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