Hack Notice

Hack Notice: Endocrinology Associates, Inc.

Endocrinology Associates, Inc.

Description
OCR opened an investigation of Endocrinology Associates, the covered entity (CE), after it reported that on June 15, 2015, and June 19, 2015, it discovered that an unauthorized individual had broken and removed the curl securing a portable on demand (POD) storehouse container that held the protected health information (PHI) of approximately 1,400 individuals. The PHI included individuals names, addresses, dates of birth, social security numbers, lab results, diagnoses, and clinical information. The CE provided notification of the hack to the individuals affected by the hack, HHS, and the media. following the hack, the CE reported the incidents to the local constabulary department, enhanced the physical safeguards applied to the seedcase storage container, and retrained workforce members on its HIPAA policies and procedures. OCR obtained assurances that the ce implemented the corrective actions listed. Location of hacked information: Other Business associate present: no

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