Man admits to paying hospital employees to steal patient data

Orlando Sentinel, January 8, 2013
A Central Florida man associated with medical centers and an injury hotline admitted in federal court Monday that he paid Florida Hospital employees to steal patient information. Federal authorities say Sergei Kusyakov, who was involved with Metro Chiropractic and Wellness Center and City Lights Medical Center, illegally obtained private information about patients through Dale Munroe II and his wife, Katrina Munroe, who worked at Florida Hospital's Celebration campus. Authorities said Dale Munroe accessed more than 763,000 records for patients treated at various Florida Hospital locations. He focused on patients who were in automobile accidents, and inappropriately reviewed in detail more than 12,000 patient records.

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