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Hacker offers millions of stolen patient records for sale

Health IT SmartBrief | Jun 28, 2016

A hacker known as "thedarkoverlord" is offering to sell data from a health insurance company that he claims contains personal information, including names and Social Security numbers, on 9,278,352 US patients. The hacker is asking for payment worth nearly $500,000, and the batch was advertised a day after the same hacker advertised another 650,000 patient records for sale. Softpedia (Romania) (06/27) Motherboard (06/26)


ONC's policymaking committees gain new members

Health IT SmartBrief | Jun 27, 2016

VA may look for commercial replacement of VistA EHR

Health IT SmartBrief | Jun 27, 2016

CMS has paid more than $34B in MU incentives

Health IT SmartBrief | Jun 28, 2016

Epic joins ONC's list of certified EHR products

Health IT SmartBrief | Jun 27, 2016

Report shows true cost of a health care data breach

Health IT SmartBrief | Jun 29, 2016

HHS should treat health care cyberattacks differently, lawmakers say

Health IT SmartBrief | Jun 29, 2016

WSJ: Telehealth has come of age, though challenges remain

Health IT SmartBrief | Jun 28, 2016

WEDI urges CMS to create better incentives for health data interoperability

Health IT SmartBrief | Jun 30, 2016

EHR use leads to burnout, job dissatisfaction among physicians, study finds

Health IT SmartBrief | Jun 29, 2016


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