- A Yuma, Arizona, hospital issued breach notification letters to 700,000 patients, The Record reports. Yuma Regional Medical Center was reportedly targeted with a ransomware attack in April, during which a “subset” of files was taken. The files included Social Security numbers and health insurance information.
- Nonprofit health care provider Kaiser Permanente announced a data breach affecting 70,000 patients, TechCrunch reports. An unauthorized individual reportedly gained access to an employee's emails at the Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Washington that contained protected health information.
- GovInfoSecurity reports unauthorized access to an employee email account at Florida-based Central Florida Inpatient Medicine affected the data of nearly 198,000 patients, while Alameda Health System in California reported a breach affecting 90,000 individuals when unauthorized parties accessed several employees' email accounts.
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