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Hospital Notifies Six Years Worth of Patients After Breach

JAN 2, 2013
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A stolen, unencrypted laptop computer has caused 25-bed Gibson General Hospital in Princeton, Ind., to notify all 29,000 patients treated during the past six years of a breach of their protected health information.

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