North Texas Family Out Thousands Of Dollars After MisdiagnosisLast year, Christina Brothers visited CHRISTUS Trinity Mother Frances Hospital in Tyler, Texas for what should have been a routine doctor's appointment.
Facebook Tried To Convince U.S. Hospitals To Share Data, Reports ClaimAccording to multiple reports, Facebook sent a doctor to several U.S. hospitals in the hopes of convincing them to share patient data with the social media giant.
Reminder To Keep Your Information Safe After Arlington ID BustA discovery after a normal traffic stop in Arlington now has police warning people across the metroplex.
Woman Blamed For ID Theft Scams In Texas, Nevada, FloridaProsecutors say a Mesquite woman has been convicted in a Texas, Nevada and Florida medical records identity theft scam with more than 1,500 victims.
Feds Demanding Lance Armstrong's Medical RecordsThe federal government wants to see Lance Armstrong's medical records from his treatments for cancer, specifically whether his doctors knew back in 1996 that he was using performance-enhancing drugs.
Doctor Accused Of Using Medical Records As Copy PaperConfidential medical records used as copy paper? A Plano doctor is scrambling to explain how a patient’s confidential medical information was handed over to another patient.
Bill Would Bar Gun Status In Medical RecordsTexas lawmakers are considering a bill that would keep a person's gun ownership status from being listed in their medical records.
About 70 Hospital Staffers Cared For Ebola Patient They drew his blood, put tubes down his throat and wiped up his diarrhea. They analyzed his urine and wiped saliva from his lips, even after he had lost consciousness.
Couple Wants Answers After Poodle Dies At PetSmart HotelA North Texas couple wants answers from PetSmart about how their beloved miniature poodle died in their care.
Records For 277,000 Ex-Patients Found In Dallas ParkA North Texas hospital is notifying hundreds of thousands of former patients that their medical records may have been left in a Dallas park instead of being properly destroyed, hospital officials said this week.