Absolutely. What your doctor did was break HIPAA. Your doctor should be sued and you should file a complaint with the state medical board. You should also file a certified written complaint with the hospital's director and explain that he broke your confidentiality (doctor patient) and violated HIPAA by asking you if you wished to have your results disclosed in front of your witness and when you said no, he continued. This is a serious violation and probably not the first time this has occurred.
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