CommonSpirit expects to recover most of its $160M cyberattack costs

Nick Thomas reports:

Chicago-based CommonSpirit, one of the largest nonprofit health systems in the nation, upped its current estimate of losses stemming from a cyberattack in October to $160 million when it released first-quarter results May 15.

The original cost amount was estimated at $150 million. The better news is that the 143-hospital system is confident of recovering much of the revised figure.

Read more at Becker’s Hospital Review.

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