Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (10/24/12) Adam Brandolph
A class-action lawsuit has been filed against the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center and Maryland-based Maxim Staffing Solutions by 10 patients who may have contracted hepatitis C from a traveling medical worker. The lawsuit accuses the health care system and the staffing firm of neglecting to inform authorities despite knowing that David Kwiatkowski, a former radiology technician, had stolen narcotics, and insists that their inaction put thousands of patients in hospitals across the country at risk. Kwiatkowski was fired by UPMC after he was caught by another employee putting a syringe in his pants.
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