According to cleveland.com, Summa Health System announced it is sending letters to more than 500 patients whose medical records and other personal information are at-risk as a result of a phishing incident that allowed an 'unauthorized person' to gain control of employee email accounts. On May 1, 2019, Summa Health learned that a hacker gained access to a 'limited number' of employee email accounts. The emails and attachments contained patient names, dates of birth, medical records, patient account numbers, clinical and treatment information.
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