A former hospital IT worker claims very deliberate mass spoliation (e.g., deletion) of electronic medical record evidence to limit her (ex)-employer's liability for EHR-related medical malpractice on patients and injured workers who were entitled to workers compensation, as well as EHR defects.
She alleges that IT personnel are used as naïve accomplices to perform the spoliation acts. She grew suspicious when she was asked to delete nursing information about a patient who committed suicide by jumping out a hospital window after an EHR-related drug overdose.
The video is over an hour long and is worth listening to.
She made these claims to the FBI and alleged to have suffered retaliation including firing, and possible terroristic activities directed against her.
A Feb. 2010 letter to Gov. Crist, Sen. Grassley and many other government officials, a 9th Judicial Circuit court document for Orange County, FL (PDF), and other details - some scary - can be found via a google search on this person's name: https://www.google.com/search?q=Patricia%20Moleski .
This could be the "Libby Zion" (or Bernard Madoff?) case of the health IT world if these allegations are true.