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From: lyger (lygerattrition.org)
Date: Wed May 28 2008 - 18:23:05 CDT
The University of California San Francisco is alerting a group of patients
that it has discovered a security breach involving a computer that held
personal patient information. There is no indication that any patient
files were accessed. However, UCSF takes this situation very seriously and
is therefore responding with the highest level of caution and concern.
This computer contained files with lists of patients from the UCSF
pathology department.s database. The data included information such as
patient names, dates of pathology service, health information and, in some
cases, social security numbers.
The Department of Pathology has notified 2,625 UCSF patients whose
information was contained on the computer. The files also included 944
patients whose tissue samples had been referred by other health care
providers to UCSF for analysis. UCSF is notifying these health care
providers to coordinate communication with their patients. UCSF has
established a special phone line (415) 353-7427 and a special email
address PathHotlineucsf.edu to answer questions from patients who receive
the notification letters.
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