Gee you'd think with all the surveillance culture present like the use of BEHAVIORAL RECOGNITION at institutions, even classes for employees for how to handle an unruly, suspect public (MGH has SAVE: safety and vigilance for everyone, where behavioral recognition classes are offered to employees-ironically and MOAB-management of aggressive behavior) the employees themselves would be able to be caught more easily at least before such a problem becomes that large.
Maybe instead of profiling people who look out of place because of being part of alternative culture (not dressed appropriately is a red flag used for terrorism in airports) or any other junk science profiling where abuse of power is far to easy, they can have a program for employees. Maybe.. R U HI. Hmm, 'Really Underserving Hypocrites' or ERCJ-'Employees Raiding The Cookie Jar' or similar.
I wonder if that was only health care workers or if perhaps they spread the love tabs around to other departments. Payoffs always come in novel ways nowadays in our easy-to-trace everything society. Hmm.
It does seem that the attention paid to members of the public and how one is treated in various institutions depends on who one is with- and how good that party's private insurance is or how costly their procedure.
This story was shocking but a naive modern public has to realize that drug taking among those in closely related fields has always been. Just like the nurses who used to smoke whilst advising patients against it-always the professionals make the worst patients themselves.
What we have forgotten lately is that anywhere there's humans theres going to be error and corruption. And those that seem beyond reproach due to position, financial status and other gloss over factors are merely playing the old game of 'keeping up appearances'.
Maybe more attention to the truth and less sneaky persecution of those trying to tell it and less attention to social engineering and who uses what restroom would be best.