NH: Center for Life Management breach impacted mental health clients

From their notice:

The Mental Health Center of Greater Manchester (“MHCGM”) is providing notice of a recent data security event that occurred at a third-party community partner MHCGM had used for data storage, Center for Life Management (“CLM”), that may impact the privacy of certain information relating to MHCGM patients or those who were assessed for treatment by MHCGM. CLM is a third-party mental health provider which stored data for MHCGM to assist in reporting information regarding the Community Connections Mental Health Court (“Community Connections”) program.

According to their notification, on February 23, 2022, MHCGM learned that a data security incident occurred on CLM’s systems on February 21, 2022. CLM discovered it on February 23, 2022.

As of the date of notification, they report that they found no evidence that any individual’s specific information was viewed by an unauthorized individual, but CLM was unable to rule it out. “Additionally, there was no evidence that any individual’s data was removed or taken from CLM’s systems,” they write.

Information that may have been accessed included name, address, date of birth, Social Security number, diagnosis, medical information, discharge information, and treatment location and/or healthcare provider.

Read the full notification on PRNewswire.


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