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Daily Dashboard | New Jersey companies agree to pay $130K for improper health care data disclosures Related reading: A view from DC: The gossip test for sensitive data



The Office of the Attorney General of New Jersey announced two printing companies agreed to pay $130,000 after mishandling of personal health information exposed the personal and sensitive health data of 55,715 New Jerseyans in 2016. Command Marketing Innovations and Strategic Content Imaging failed to detect a printing error occurring between October and November 2016 that disclosed protected health data, including claim numbers, medical care dates and descriptions of service. The companies must also add new security policies. 
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