Law mandating electronic medical records
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“I don’t know how they left the documents in the open like that.
We’re going to take the site down and try to figure out how this happened.” It’s unclear exactly how many patient records were left exposed on MEDantex’s site.
But one of the main exposed directories was named “/documents/userdoc,” and it included more than 2,300 physicians listed alphabetically by first initial and last name.
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