Burglary causes patient data breach in N.C.

04/8/2013 | Health Data Management

The health data of around 5,370 patients in North Carolina was compromised as the result of a burglary at the main office of Hospice of Alamance-Caswell in Burlington. Three laptops containing unencrypted e-mails with the protected information of a small number of patients were stolen. The burglars also had access to paper records, but hospice officials do not know if the burglars looked at them.

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