Hospital Employees Fired For Reading Suleman's Files

Fifteeen employees were fired and eight were disciplined at Kaiser Permanente hospital for improperly accessing Nadya Suleman's medical records, though they did not distribute any information on her or the octuplets to the media.

"We knew from the time she was admitted to the hospital in December, this case would attract attention," said Jim Anderson, a hospital spokesman. "Numerous training sessions were held to remind people of the need to keep the information confidential." [CNN]