Christopher Lykes Jr. has pleaded guilty to four counts of willful examination of private records by a public employee and one count of criminal conspiracy, according to South Carolina State Attorney General, Alan Wilson
"Authorities say the agency project manager compiled more than 228,000 Medicaid patients' personal information."To proactively detect data breaches, healthcare organizations can now utilize low-cost on-demand SaaS analytics services.
- Modern Healthcare
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(a) Ex-state employee pleads guilty in S.C. data breach - www.ModernHealthcare.com, 10/10/2013