The data included patients' personal information, such as names, addresses, dates of birth, social security numbers, as well as insurance, diagnosis, and procedure codes.
"...as many as 97,000 files of current and former patients may have been [inappropriately] accessed."The practice stated the breaches were discovered on or about April 24, 2014 but it is unclear how long they had been going on. Healthcare organizations seeking proactive detection of identity theft and breaches of patient privacy can utilize low-cost on-demand SaaS analytics services
- Breach notification letter to patients by multi-specialty physician practice.
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(a) NRAD Breach Notification Letter - www.nrad.com, 06/13/2014