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Man indicted for stealing patient records from Flowers Hospital

2014/09/09

WDHN 21 Dothan - (Alabama) A Henry County man was indicted September 9 for allegedly stealing and selling the personal information of patients at Flowers Hospital between June 2013 and February 2014. The former Flowers Hospital employee previously pleaded guilty to similar federal charges. [ed.: from the article: In an unrelated matter, Flowers Hospital's parent company recent reported a security breach involving personal information of potentially more than four million patients they served.]

Source: http://www.dothanfirst.com/story/d/story/court-records-show-a-grand-jury-that-recent-met-in/28832/gjGtM4LrS0SMNsmo0KCjjQ

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