Catholic Health notified of data breach by provider

Catholic Health notified of data breach by provider

Source If you have any questions related to this data breach, should call (toll free) 855-654-0919, Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

“We go to great lengths to protect the privacy of our patients and any information related to their care,” said Kimberly Whistler, Catholic Health corporate compliance & privacy officer in a statement. “All patients whose names and information were affected will be notified next week by CaptureRx. Because the breach did not include any financial information, we believe it poses little risk to patients, however, as a precaution, it’s always wise to monitor your accounts and credit information and report any suspicious activity or suspected identify theft to the proper authorities.”

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