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Subject: [Cybersecurity] 12 states sue Ind. medical company over data breach | Renters find medical records in retired physician's home | Ascension CIO talks blockchain | 41K+ patients at risk in Cancer Centers of America phishing attack
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December 4, 2018
1. Indiana medical company hit with first multistate HIPAA lawsuit: 7 things to know Full story

2. 41K+ patients warned of possible data breach after Cancer Centers of America phishing attack 

3. Ascension's CIO on joining blockchain pilot project 

4. The EHR Imperative: Eliminating outages and combatting cyberattacks can help improve patient care. 
33 latest hospital, health system executive moves
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6. Renters find thousands of pages of medical records in former physician's home 
7. Ergotron's documentation carts power life-changing care with safe battery technology. Most critically, they enable caregivers to focus on what's most important: patients. 
Tandigm Health: Website vulnerability exposed patients' data 

9. Learn all you need to know about keeping critical systems operational and sensitive data secure. 
10. Ransomware attack strikes Rhode Island health center: 4 things to know 





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