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745,352 Affected by June Healthcare Breaches
Updated: Aug 7, 2020
The Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Office for Civil Rights (OCR) publicly lists breaches, affecting more than 500 patients, on their breach portal, known colloquially as the “wall of shame.” The breaches reported on the wall of shame in June affected 745,352 patients. June healthcare breaches are discussed below.
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June Healthcare Breaches: Hacking/IT Incidents Affected 661,297 Patients
The major cause behind June healthcare breaches was hacking/IT incidents. Hacking/IT incidents affected 661,297 patients. Of those incidents, 187,005 patients were affected by email hacks, 92,463 patients were affected by network server hacks, and 381,829 patients were affected by other hacks.
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Email Hacks Affected 187,005 Patients
◈ Salinas Valley Memorial Healthcare System: affected 786 patients
◈ Morneau Shepell Limited: affected 1,162 patients
◈ Grace & Porta Benefits, inc.: affected 572 patients
◈ Choice Health Management Services, LLC: affected 11,650 patients
◈ The Waldorf Center: affected 606 patients
◈ Legacy Community Health Services: affected 19,000 patients
◈ Cano Health: affected 28,268 patients
◈ UF Health Jacksonville: affected 54,002 patients
◈ UF Health Shands: affected 13,146 patients
◈ UF: affected 9,182 patients
◈ Sunrise Treatment Center, LLC: affected 3,660 patients
◈ Axis Neuromonitoring, Inc., d/b/a Apex IONM Solutions: affected 1,876 patients
◈ University of Missouri Health Care: affected 5,074 patients
◈ University of Utah: affected 2,700 patients
◈ City of Philadelphia: affected 33,376 patients
◈ Rochester Regional Health: affected 1,945 patients
Network Server Hacks Affected 92,463 Patients
◈ The StayWell Company, LLC: affected 971 patients
◈ North Shore Pain Management: affected 12,472 patients
◈ ABA Pathways, LLC: affected 775 patients
◈ The Kroger Co., for itself and its affiliates and subsidiaries: affected 10,974 patients
◈ Frank D. Lanterman Regional Center: affected 9,271 patients
◈ Healthcare Fiscal Management Inc.: affected 58,000 patients
Other Hacks Affected 381,829 Patients
◈ American Medical Technologies: affected 47,767 patients
◈ Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Associates, P.A.: affected 35,498 patients
◈ Magellan Complete Care of Virginia, LLC: affected 3,568 patients
◈ Magellan Rx Pharmacy: affected 33,040 patients
◈ Magellan Healthcare: affected 50,410 patients
◈ Magellan Complete Care of Florida: affected 76,236 patients
◈ Merit Health Insurance Company: affected 102,748 patients
◈ National Imaging Associates: affected 22,560 patients
◈ Rangely District Hospital : affected 6,339 patients
◈ Kentuckiana Regional Planning and Development Agency: affected 3,663 patients
June Healthcare Breaches: Unauthorized Access/Disclosures Affected 79,702 Patients
79,702 patients were affected by the unauthorized access/disclosures of protected health information (PHI) in June. Of the reported breaches, email unauthorized access/disclosures affected 27,079 patients, while other unauthorized access/disclosures affected 52,623 patients.
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Email Unauthorized Access/Disclosures Affected 27,079 Patients
◈ Eye Physicians of Pinellas PA. DBA. The Eye Institute of West Florida: affected 1,650 patients
◈ Iowa Total Care, Inc.: affected 11,581 patients
◈ Friendship Community Care, Inc.: affected 9,745 patients
◈ Jeremy A. Ledger D.M.D., P.A.: affected 538 patients
◈ HEALTHY CONNECTIONS INC: affected 3,565 patients
Other Unauthorized Access/Disclosures Affected 52,623 Patients
◈ CHI St. Luke’s Health Memorial: affected 1,045 patients
◈ Providence Health Plan: affected 49,511 patients
◈ Integra Managed Care: affected 644 patients
◈ Yale New Haven Health Services: affected 506 patients
◈ JDA eHealth Systems, Inc.: affected 917 patients
June Healthcare Breaches: Loss/Theft Affected 4,353 Patients
4,353 patients were affected by June healthcare breaches resulting from the loss/theft of PHI. Of these breaches, 633 patients were affected by loss of PHI, while 3,720 patients were affected by the theft of PHI.
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Loss Affected 633 Patients
◈ Danube River Holdings LLC dba RiverPointe Post Acute: affected 633 patients
Theft Affected 3,720 Patients
◈ Mehta, Anil MD, Inc.: affected 846 patients
◈ Andrew Dang, DDS: affected 974 patients
◈ Allergy & Asthma Medical Group of the Bay Area, Inc.: affected 1,900 patients