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Hack Notice: American Urgent Care Center, PSC

American Urgent Care Center, PSC

The covered entity (CE), American Urgent tutelage Center, PSC, discovered that, upon her resignation, a former employee took an x-ray logbook on october 28, 2016. The log book contained the names and treatment dates of 822 individuals. Following the hack, the ce revised its policies and re-trained staff, including providers and management. The ce also revised its procedures to eliminate the utilise of the paper x-ray log book. As a result of technical assistance from OCR, the CE provided hack notification to HHS, to affected individuals, and in the local newspaper. OCR obtained assurances that the ce implemented the corrective actions listed above. Location of hacked information: Other Business associate present: no

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