Breach at U-Conn Hits 1,400 and Includes 'Some' SSNs

Goedert, Joseph
March 2013
Healthdatamanagement.com;3/11/2013, p4
The article offers information on inappropriate access of medical records by former employee of the University of Connecticut Health Center and adds that compromised information includes health information, social security numbers and address.


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