How do you know that, unless the hospital violated her HIPAA rights?
I only posted what has been reported in the link I provided and what has also been stated by some other news outlets that this was not just a routine tonsillectomy (not that any surgery is routine), but that the tonsillectomy was just one of several surgical procedures performed that day. Also post-op, rather than being kept for a short time in a recovery room and then sent to her hospital room, she was sent to ICU as would be normal for someone like Jahi who was morbidly obese (and perhaps had other underlying health conditions) and had just undergone such major surgery.
As to whether any of this information violated HIPAA, I dont know for sure. The family and their lawyer have made a lot of statements, the hospitals lawyer also, at least before the family filed a restraining order preventing the hospital and doctors from saying pretty much anything except whats been disclosed in court. Since the court as far as I know, hasnt put a gag order in place, any information that is part of court filings and procedures would, I believe be a matter of public record and not covered by HIPAA.
My point is that many in the MSM have often reported and repeated that this was a routine tonsillectomy which it certainly wasnt.