Notification of Health Information Data Breach

Michigan Medicine is notifying approximately 870 patients about the theft of a laptop computer that may have exposed some of their health information. On June 3, 2018, a Michigan Medicine employee’s personal laptop computer was stolen from his car. The theft was immediately reported to the local police, and Michigan Medicine was notified on June 4. Learn more https://www.uofmhealth.org/important-notice-regarding-theft-laptop-containing-research-data .
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