15 people over at Kaiser have lost their jobs and another 8 were disciplined for looking through Nadya Suleman's medical file. The sad thing is they probably could have got just as much information from reading the internet or watching the news. It doesn't appear that anyone sold anything to the tabloids. I can't believe none of them thought about selling the information. They knew they would be fired for looking if they were caught, so you might as well get something in return. It isn't like you will ever get another job in a hospital. It probably doesn't look very good to go to any employer, let a lone another hospital and when they ask why you were fired you reply that you were snooping through private medical records.
I understand human nature is a very curious thing, but to lose your job over her just seems pointless. Apparently the hospital knew in advance that their employees would be curious and actually held training sessions and reminded them daily about patient confidentiality. I understand why they were fired. I just wish if they were going to be nosy and get fired they could have picked someone other than Octo-Mom to file snoop. How about Tom Cruise or Suri or whether Pamela Anderson has just been making up this whole Hepatitis thing for the past few years.