When the drug arrives at Cook Children’s Medical Center, in Fort Worth, Danelle Morgan, the hospital’s investigational drug service administrator, gets a text message from the receptionist at the front desk alerting her to the shipment’s arrival. A security camera mounted on the ceiling monitors every movement made with the drug, from its delivery by UPS or FedEx to the moment Morgan, joined by a member of the hospital’s security team, picks it up.
The drug, so heavily guarded it has a code name at the hospital, then travels along a route carefully mapped out by Cook Children’s head of security, a route he selected because of the number of security cameras—at least seven—that Morgan and the security guard pass as they transport the package. Along the way, there are multiple checkpoints where Morgan has to swipe her badge to enter certain hallways or elevators. Once Morgan and her security
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