Lessons learned from earlier breaches left Beth Israel Deaconess better prepared to protect patient privacy after the Boston bombings

A data breach that cost Beth Deaconess Medical Center in Boston over $500,000 in costs seems to have paid off when the hospital found itself with  high-profile patients whose privacy needed protection:  Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and the Boston bombing victims. CIO John Halamka explains how Deloitte’s recommendations to them after a laptop theft and another data leak left them better prepared.

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