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HHS OCR Says a Malicious Worker Stole and Sold Patient Information in 2013
HHS has fined a New York City medical center $4.75 million to settle potential HIPAA violations discovered during an investigation into a hospital insider who sold patient data to identity thieves in 2013. The hospital said it has beefed up its security and privacy since the incident occurred.

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