Health data breaches on the rise


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  • Thursday, 27 Sep 2018

Apps like 'Medica' have already been demonstrated as a new, digital means of carrying out an ultrasound.

Health data breaches are on the rise, a new study shows. 

While the largest number of data breaches occurred at health care providers’ sites – such as hospitals and physicians’ offices – it’s health care plans that account for the greatest number of patient records stolen over the past seven years, according to the study published in JAMA. 

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