The fourth year of a benchmark survey assessing progress in protecting health information brings mixed results.

The cost of data breaches has fallen and most surveyed providers are aware of breaches that have occurred with only 10 percent saying they haven’t had one in the past two years. But criminal attacks on information systems continue to rise and providers fear that the Affordable Care Act and accountable care organizations increase the risk to protected health information because of more data sharing.

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