Information on more than 2,000 individuals leaked outside a secure network because, since 2008, two employees with the Iowa Department of Human Services used personal online accounts and storage devices.
Personal information on multiple patients was compromised after a Wisconsin hospital unknowingly faxed their records to an Oregon man.
More than 43,000 former and current employees of Chicago-based Assisted Living Concepts are being notified that their personal data may be at risk after an unauthorized third party gained access to sensitive payroll files.
More than a thousand patients of St. Vincent Indianapolis hospital are being notified that their personal information may have been compromised after a password-protected laptop containing the data was stolen.
Security researchers discovered new documents online containing details about equipment and network firewall passwords that put multiple nursing homes' electronic medical records and payment information at risk.
More than 3,500 patients of The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center may have had personal information compromised after a researcher's unencrypted USB thumb drive went missing.
U.S. intelligence agencies were concerned that developers, with ties to Belarus, helped "produce the website," The Washington Free Beacon reported.
More than 400,000 patients and employees of St. Joseph Health System in Texas are being notified that their personal information may have been accessed following an attack on the health system's computer system.
Apple executives had a discussion with FDA Commissioner Margaret Hamburg in mid-December.
About 41,000 members of Wisconsin-based Unity Health Insurance are being notified that their personal information may be at risk after a portable hard drive was reported missing.
A laptop containing personal information - including Social Security numbers - on roughly 900 individuals at Washington nursing homes was stolen from the vehicle of a South Sound doctor.
Roughly 1,800 patients of UC Davis Health System in California are being notified that their personal information may be at risk after the email accounts of three physicians were compromised in a phishing scam.
The exercises are expected to occur in March and July and will be conducted in partnership with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and major health care companies.
Two employees at Georgia-based Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital have been fired after a desktop computer containing information on nearly 6,800 individuals was mistakenly thrown away.
Data on nearly 12,000 past and present clients of the Wyoming Department of Health Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants and Children may be at risk after an unsecured file was sent to a partner.
A laptop stolen from the office of a New Mexico Oncology Hematology Consultants employee may have led to a compromise of unsecured protected health information for more than 12,000 individuals.
It was a computer programming error in the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services that led to the Medicaid cards of almost 50,000 children being mailed to wrong addresses.
An employee with Riverside Health System in Virginia was fired for inappropriately accessing the medical records of nearly 1,000 patients over the span of four years.
Network-connected-and-configured devices can be infected by malware that provides access to patient data, monitoring systems and implanted patient devices.
Nearly 3,500 members of the South Carolina Health Insurance Pool may have had personal information compromised after a password-protected laptop containing the sensitive data was stolen from an independent auditor's car.
An employee with a private contractor for Colorado Medicaid was fired after sending an email to a personal account that contained sensitive information on almost 2,000 people.
An undisclosed number of individuals may have had personal information compromised after a secured California Employment Development Department facility was broken into and computers were stolen.
Kurt DelBene will now serve as a senior advisor to the Secretary of Health and Human Services, replacing Jeff Zients, who previously managed healthcare.gov.
Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey is notifying more than 800,000 members that their personal information may have been compromised after two unencrypted laptops were stolen.
The Fairfax County Health Department in Virginia is sending notification letters to roughly 1,500 individuals after one of the county's health care clinics inadvertently left private pharmaceutical records on an unsecured computer server.
Representatives of the Energy and Commerce Committee have asked the FDA to hire experts to investigate the incident which occurred in October.
More than a thousand patients treated at a variety of University of Pittsburgh Medical Center locations over the past year are being notified that their personal information was viewed inappropriately by a former employee.
A UW Medicine employee opened an email attachment and unknowingly downloaded malware, which led to the compromise of about 90,000 patients of Seattle-based Harborview Medical Center and University of Washington Medical Center.
Jay Radcliffe showed how his insulin pump was vulnerable to a remote takeover.
Florida Digestive Health Specialists LLP is notifying about 4,400 patients that a former employee improperly accessed their personal information and photographed the data.