Updated on 2022-09-28: Healthcare services organization spills data
West Virginia-based Physician’s Business Office notified 196,573 individuals about a breach that exposed their personal data and Protected Health Information (PHI). Hackers could have accessed patient names, SSNs, driver’s licenses, treatments, diagnoses, contact details, disability codes, prescription information, and health insurance account details.
West Virginia-based Physician’s Business Office notified 196,573 patients of a data breach that impacted their personal information and PHI. The hack occurred five months back. Read more: Health data theft at Physician’s Business Office impacts 197K patients