The 28 hospitals, organizations on HHS 'Wall of Shame'

Mackenzie Garrity - Print  | 

After a hospital or business affiliate suffers from a data breach that potentially exposes the protected health information of 500 or more patients, it must report the incident to the HHS Office for Civil Rights.

The breach portal, which is commonly known as the "Wall of Shame," has information about the various data breaches, including the number of people affected and the type of breach. The list is routinely updated.

Here are the organizations that have been added to the "Wall of Shame" since Jan. 1:

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