The Oregon Health & Science University has notified more than 3,000 patients their personal data was compromised after it was discovered the data was placed by resident physicians on two information-sharing services, ModernHealthcare reports. Compromised data included patient names, medical record numbers, dates of service, diagnoses and providers’ names. The school said, “There is no evidence that the data were accessed or used by anyone who did not have a legitimate patient-care need to view the information.” (Registration may be required to access this story.)
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