Here are nine hospitals and health systems dealing with cybersecurity events that have taken their systems offline or have compromised patients’ protected health information:
- Mountain View Hospital, Idaho Falls Community Hospital and partnering clinics are still working to restore their systems after being hit by a cyberattack on May 30.
- Wilmington, Del.-based Henrietta Johnson Medical Center is notifying patients of exposure to Delaware Health Network’s data breach.
- Cleveland-based MetroHealth said it discovered that an employee was inappropriately accessing patient records since 2008.
- Bellaire, Texas-based Harris Health System notified patients and employees that some of their protected health information may have been compromised during a cyberattack due to vulnerabilities in the MOVEit file transfer software that it uses.
- Cape Girardeau, Mo.-based SoutheastHealth may have had some of its patients’ protected health information compromised due to it being caught up in the Fortra data breach, which has affected multiple health systems.
- Patient and employee protected health information from Louisville, Ky.-based Norton Healthcare has been posted on the dark web after the organization was hit with a cyber event on May 9.
- More than 25,000 Pittsburgh-based UPMC patients are being notified that some of their protected health information may have been compromised due to a breach that occurred at its billing and collection services provider Intellihartx.
- St. Louis-based Ascension said more than 18,000 patients at hospitals in Texas may have had their data compromised in a recent breach.
- An unauthorized party gained access to Petaluma (Calif.) Health Center’s network, possibly breaching patients’ protected health information.