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Medical worker stole patient identities, committed credit card fraud, Bergen prosecutor says

2014/08/15

Newark Star-Ledger - (New Jersey) Hackensack University Medical Center reported that a Cogent Healthcare Incorporated medical records coordinator was charged August 14 with stealing identities of several patients and using them to commit credit card fraud in 2012. The New Jersey medical center is working with authorities in the investigation and is in the process of notifying all patients impacted.

Source: http://www.nj.com/bergen/index.ssf/2014/08/medical_worker_stole_patient_identities_committed_credit_card_fraud_bergen_prosecutor_says.html

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