OR: OHSU Alerts Patients After Laptop Stolen

Oregon Health & Science University is contacting 1,000 patients after a physician’s laptop was stolen from a car parked at the doctor’s Washington County home.

Patient names, treatment dates, short medical treatment summaries and medical record numbers were stored on the computer, said OHSU spokesman Jim Newman in a news release. The computer was password-protected to avoid misuse of the information contained on the computer, officials said.

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