OH: Personal information of more than 2400 TriHealth patients wrongly shared with student

Max Londberg reports:

The personal information corresponding to more than 2,000 TriHealth patients was shared with a student mentee who was not authorized to view the data.

The medical system announced the discovery Friday afternoon in a press release.

Shared data included patients’ first and last names, ZIP codes, ethnicity, dates of birth and cancer diagnosis information.

Read more on Cincinnati Inquirer.  TriHealth’s notice can be found here.

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