Medical Identity Theft News, Articles and Updates
Phoenix-based Banner Health is notifying patients of a cyberattack that compromised patient records.
Electronic files containing the personal information of hundreds of thousands of individuals who have applied for California workers' compensation benefits were mistakenly exposed online.
Consumers are not familiar enough with the dangers of medical identity theft, according to a Ponemon study released this week.
Medical records could become compromised during transmission, on the patient's computer, or at any number of multiple points of storage.
SC Magazine Articles
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