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Theft at Physician's Office in Washington Jeopardizes Patient Data

Written by  Sabrina Rodak | Thursday, 15 December 2011 16:00
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A theft at a physician's office in Washington has jeopardized the personal and medical information of certain patients seen from 1993-2004, according to a Sacramento Bee report.
Pieces of office equipment and CDs with patient information were stolen from the Renton, Wash.-based office of Paul C. Brown, MD, over the weekend of Oct. 14.

Click here to read the full story in Becker's Hospital Review on the data breach.
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