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From: kirniki (kirnikigmail.com)
Date: Thu Apr 08 2010 - 21:43:55 CDT
Montgomery County's Department of Health and Human Services is looking
into how numerous Wheaton nursing home papers containing sensitive
patient information have made their way into nearby neighbors' yards
over the past few months.
Last month, the county sent a nursing home inspector to investigate
complaints from residents in the Wheaton Regional Park Civic
Association who said they have found internal documents from the
nearby ManorCare Health Services that contain patient conditions,
names and Social Security numbers.
After the visit, the inspector cited ManorCare for inappropriate
conduct, but details on what exactly the nursing home did wrong will
not be released for another 10 days, said Nancy Grimm, the director of
the state's Office of Health Care Quality. Grimm's department can
impose fines or a correction plan to rectify a problem, she said.
ManorCare Health Services is a nursing home on Georgia Avenue run by
HCR ManorCare, one of the nation's largest hospice, nursing home and
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