Regional West Medical Center in Scottsbluff, Neb., had a computer network disturbance on Sept. 22, according to the Star Herald.
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1. The tertiary medical center includes 28 physician clinics in addition to its 188-bed hospital that consists of a level 2 injury. An agent from the health system said the healthcare facility and physician clinics remained operational through the blackout.
2. The hospital continued to accept emergency situation department and trauma patients with emergent health issues, according to the report.
3. Healthcare facility officials said the computer system failure did not affect client details.
4. Nebraska Medicine in Omaha recently reported computer system blackouts. The health system very first had a blackout Sept. 20, and its computer system network stayed down at least through Sept. 22 due to a security event.
Nebraska Medicine in Omaha recently reported computer system failures. The health system very first had an outage Sept. 20, and its computer network remained down at least through Sept. 22 due to a security incident.
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The tertiary medical center includes 28 physician centers in addition to its 188-bed healthcare facility that consists of a level 2 trauma. A representative from the health system stated the medical facility and doctor clinics stayed operational through the blackout.
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