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<p> In a scathing indictment of hospital collusion with reality television, the Department of Health and Human Services&rsquo; Office for Civil Rights has reached a $2.2 million settlement with New York Presbyterian Hospital in New York City for what OCR says was the &ldquo;egregious&rdquo; disclosure of two patients&rsquo; protected health information to film crews and staff during the filming of &ldquo;NY Med,&rdquo; an ABC reality show featuring real-life trauma cases at the hospital.</p>

Hospital to Pay $2.2 Million for Allowing Reality Show to Breach Privacy