Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston is notifying 2,021 patients that their information was on a radiology workstation that was found to be transmitting data to an unknown location via the Internet.

Protected health information on the workstation included name, date of birth, gender, medical record numbers, and names and dates of radiology procedures undergone. No financial information or Social Security numbers were on the workstation.

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