Burglary = 5,370 Breach Notifications

Hospice of Alamance Caswell in Burlington, N.C., has notified 5,370 patients or next of kin that their protected health information was compromised following a burglary at the organization’s main office.

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Comments (1)
To the authors/editors the article in P2 states "emails containing protected information on a small number of patients were not."
What does this mean, where/how stored?
Were the e-mails stored separately from the client (e.g., as a text cop for backup), or is this suggesting e-mails in the client?
Posted by Brian F | Friday, April 05 2013 at 2:03PM ET
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