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Confidentiality of Data Bank Information

In each CMP case resolved through a settlement agreement, the settling party has contested the OIG's allegations and denied any liability. No CMP judgment or finding of liability has been made against the settling party.


After it self-disclosed conduct to the OIG, The Queen's Medical Center (QMC), Hawaii, agreed to pay $150,500 in civil money penalties for allegedly violating the confidentiality requirements applicable to National Practitioner Data Bank (NPDB) information. The OIG alleged that QMC improperly disclosed confidential information.


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