California health regulators have linked 14 more people to the improper accessing of medical records of high-profile patients at UCLA Medical Center.
The Los Angeles Times is reporting that the total of those implicated in the scandal now stands at 68.
Authorities on April 28 announced the indictment of former UCLA Medical employee Lawanda Jackson on one count of illegally obtaining individually identifiable health information for commercial advantage.
Jackson, 49, resigned in July 2007. Last month the Times reported she acknowledged snooping in records but denied giving out the information or being paid for it.