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There really is very little that you can do to insure that copies weren't made. Even if a court were involved, all they could do was ask the party if copies were made and if they were convincing liars no one would know any better.
What you should instead do is watch for any use of your protected information so that, if you must, you can sue the individuals for releasing that information and the damage caused by the release.
I would certainly contact the doctor's office, express your concerns and ask that they fund a "credit watch" service for you, if part of the information released could result in the stealing of your financial identity (if it contained personally identifiable information, like your address, phone #, Social security, etc.)
You can also file a complaint with the state's Department of Health and Human services against the doctor as this is considered a HIPAA violation.
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