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Wednesday
Aug082012

Another patient data breach at BIDMC

A laptop containing personal health information on nearly 4,000 patients was stolen from an office at BIDMC. This the third reported data breach at the hospital since 2010.

July 20, 2012: Patient information may have been breached after laptop stolen at Beth Israel Deaconess

 

 

 Other data breach stories:

July 19, 2011: Beth Israel data breach may effect over 2,000

  Jan. 27, 2010: Stolen UCSF Laptop Contained Confidential Info From 4400 Patients

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