Man Sues CVS For Telling Wife He Had Viagra Prescription

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Michael Feinberg from New York is suing CVS for unspecified damages claiming he suffered “genuine, severe mental injury and emotional harm.” He told a store employee identified as “Aurula” that he would pay for a Viagra prescription himself (a single pill of viagra can cost $60). A few days later Feinberg's wife had called the pharmacy to discuss another prescription when the on-duty pharmacist brought up the viagra. The man said “without solicitation, improperly informed [Feinberg’s] wife that [his] prescription for Viagra was not being covered by insurance," therefore violating his HIPPA rights. Fienberg calls his wife a 3rd party, said as a result of the employee his “marriage has broken down." CVS said “CVS Pharmacy does not comment on pending claims or litigation. We have policies and procedures in place to ensure that we provide medications to the correct patient. “We also place the highest priority on protecting the privacy of those we serve, and we take our responsibility to safeguard confidential information very seriously.”

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