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Data on 2012 PHI Breaches Shows Progress, Warnings

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The number of major breaches of protected health information occurring in 2012 increased by more than 21 percent compared with the previous year, but there was a 77 percent decrease in the number of affected patients. And breaches by business associates historically affect five times more patient records than breaches at covered entities.

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