The University of Connecticut Health Center is notifying about 1,400 patients after a former employee inappropriately accessed their medical records.

Access to the records went beyond the employee’s scope of responsibilities and the university learned of the breach on January 7. “At this time, there is no evidence to suggest that as a result of the improper access that any patient’s personal information was retained or used for any purpose,” according to a public notice from the university.

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