Prognosis negative Healthcare data of a quarter of US consumers exposed

More than a quarter of US consumers (26 percent) have had their health care data siphoned out of technology systems according to a new survey from Accenture an international professional services companyAnd the consequence following the theft of medical identity information is costing half of those victims out-of-pocket costs of an average of 2500The study which queried 2000 consumers in the US found that these incursions occur most often in hospitals with more than a third of respondents (36 percent) citing thats where the data was stolen from The locations next at fault were urgent care clinics (22 percent) pharmacies (22 percent) physicians offices (21 percent) and health insurers (21 percent)

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