Thursday, April 5, 2012
A regulatory board in Kansas is working on an agreement with a former abortion provider over the custody of patient records still in his possession after hundreds of others were found in a Kansas City-area recycling bin.
Kelli Stevens, general counsel for the State Board of Healing Arts, told The Associated Press on Thursday that records still held by Krishna Rajanna have been moved to a secure location, which Stevens declined to disclose.
Rajanna did not immediately return a telephone message left at his Overland Park home.
He confirmed last month that he deposited hundreds of records in a bin near his home, to dispose of old files.
The records were from a Kansas City, Kan., clinic that closed in 2005 after the board revoked Rajanna's Kansas medical license.
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