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Sheri Aasen

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Dunes Family Medical Clinic


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Dunes Family Health Care


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www.datadefender.co.uk

According to Dunes Family administrator Sheri Aasen, "none of our patient accounting system records were included on the drive, only medical and other records."
While the type and content of the stolen records vary widely, many contain patients' Social Security numbers, along with names, addresses, dates of birth and other clinical information, according to a press release prepared by the clinic's legal advisers. Dunes Family Health Care had 60 days in which to notify its patients in writing that their security had been compromised, Aasen said. Monday was the last of those 60 days. "The incident actually happened on March 11, or that's when we found out ... but with 16,000 patient files to go through, it takes a long time. It takes time to see if there were duplicates, and to try and get their most recent contact information," Aasen said.


www.datadefender.co.uk

According to Dunes Family administrator Sheri Aasen, "none of our patient accounting system records were included on the drive, only medical and other records."
While the type and content of the stolen records vary widely, many contain patients' Social Security numbers, along with names, addresses, dates of birth and other clinical information, according to a press release prepared by the clinic's legal advisers. Dunes Family Health Care had 60 days in which to notify its patients in writing that their security had been compromised, Aasen said. Monday was the last of those 60 days. "The incident actually happened on March 11, or that's when we found out ... but with 16,000 patient files to go through, it takes a long time. It takes time to see if there were duplicates, and to try and get their most recent contact information," Aasen said. The organization responsible for downloading and storing the clinic's electronic records discovered the hard drive was missing on March 11, according to the clinic's press release "We don't want people to panic," Aasen said. Aasen said the clinic has "taken the appropriate steps now to make sure the data is being stored in an even more secure area now and in the future." Now that the letters have been sent, Monday's press release stated, "The clinic is reaching out through the media to alert those persons for whom it no longer has up-to-date contact information about the breach and the help that is available to them." State and local police began investigating the theft when it was first reported two months ago. "I want people to know that we're the victim of a crime here, the clinic is, and we're the ones paying for it," Aasen said.


www.MiMillersIDadvocate.com

"The incident actually happened on March 11, or that's when we found out ... but with 16,000 patient files to go through, it takes a long time," Dunes Family administrator Sheri Aasen told the newspaper."It takes time to see if there were duplicates, and to try and get their most recent contact information."


www.identitydisasterresponse.com

The medical center has set up a toll-free hotline for those affected by the breach to call with any questions or concerns about the matter."The incident actually happened on March 11, or that’s when we found out ... but with 16,000 patient files to go through, it takes a long time," Dunes Family administrator Sheri Aasen told the newspaper."It takes time to see if there were duplicates, and to try and get their most recent contact information."Many medical facilities have suffered data breaches in recent years, though the majority have been the result of human error rather than a theft like this one.


www.oregonbusiness.com [cached]

The class was a breath of fresh air for Sheri Aasen, administrator of the Dunes Family Medical Clinic in Reedsport.
"We're in a depressed community and I run a rural clinic. That's a tough job. Everyone was just depressed. Then came the training," Aasen says.


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