Ca: Chatham-Kent Health Alliance discloses March privacy incident

Matt Weverink reports:

Two months after a privacy breach took place at the Chatham-Kent Health Alliance, the hospital is now reporting the incident to the public.

Hospital officials say on March 6, 2017, a document containing sensitive health information about seven patients was found on the front lawn of a community member.

The document was a copy of a Operating Room report and included the patients’ names, dates of birth, ages, health card numbers, phone numbers, procedures, and surgeons’ names.

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