More than 5.5M health records breached in September

In September, 67 organizations reported to HHS a collective total of 5,648,001 individuals being affected by data breaches.

Here are the organizations that reported data breaches to HHS during September. They are organized chronologically based on the date the breach was reported to HHS.

  1. Spectrum Health (Grand Rapids, Mich.): 52,711 individuals affected
  2. Atrium Health (Charlotte, N.C.): 165,000 individuals affected
  3. The Baton Rouge (La.) Clinic: 308,000 individuals affected
  4. H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute (Tampa, Fla.): 4,056 individuals affected
  5. Roper St. Francis Healthcare (Charleston, S.C.): 6,000 individuals affected
  6. NorthShore University HealthSystem (Evanston, Ill.): 348,746 individuals affected
  7. Erlanger Health System (Chattanooga, Tenn.): 4,938 individuals affected
  8. Advocate Aurora Health (Milwaukee): 2,979 individuals affected
  9. Regions Hospital (St. Paul, Minn.): 52,795 individuals affected
  10. Carnegie (Okla.) Tri-County Municipal Hospital: 1,076 individuals affected
  11. Starling Physicians (Rocky Hill, Conn.): 7,777 individuals affected
  12. Roper St. Francis Healthcare: 92,963 individuals affected (its second reporting in September)
  13. Lycoming-Clinton Joinder Board (Williamsport, Pa.): 3,905 individuals affected
  14. The Guthrie Clinic (Sayre, Pa.): 92,064 individuals affected
  15. Virginia Mason Medical Center (Seattle): 244,761 individuals affected
  16. University of Kentucky HealthCare (Lexington): 163,774 individuals affected
  17. Baylor College of Medicine (Dallas): 4,500 individuals affected
  18. Inova Health System (Falls Church, Va.): 1,045,270 individuals affected
  19. Mental Health Center of Boulder (Colo.) County: 2,650 individuals affected
  20. SCL Health-Kansas (Broomfield, Colo.): 3,845 individuals affected
  21. SCL Health-Montana (Broomfield, Colo.): 93,642 individuals affected
  22. SCL Health-Colorado (Broomfield): 343,493 individuals affected
  23. Enloe Medical Center (Chico, Calif.): 33,575 individuals affected
  24. Total Urology Care of New York (New York City): 23,000 individuals affected
  25. Children’s Minnesota (Minneapolis): 160,268 individuals affected
  26. Community Health Network (Indianapolis): 81,118 individuals affected
  27. Specialized Alternatives for Families & Youth of America (Delphos, Ohio): 58,123 individuals affected
  28. Medical University of South Carolina (Charleston): 54,869 individuals affected
  29. Southern Indian Health Council (Alpine, Calif.): 695 individuals affected
  30. Adventist HealthCare (Gaithersburg, Md.): 13,041 individuals affected
  31. Piedmont Healthcare (Atlanta): 111,588 individuals affected
  32. Riverside Health System (Newport News, Va.): 54,151 individuals affected
  33. Hebrew SeniorLife (Boston): 27,244 individuals affected
  34. Community Medical Centers (Fresno, Calif.): 43,667 individuals affected
  35. Allina Health (Minneapolis): 199,389 individuals affected
  36. Augusta Health (Fishersville, Va.): 3,061 individuals affected
  37. Skyland Trail (Atlanta): 2,818 individuals affected
  38. Mount Sinai Health System (New York City): 87,535 individuals affected
  39. Catholic Medical Center (Manchester, N.H.): 18,623 individuals affected
  40. Veterans Health Administration (Washington, D.C.): 44,308 individuals affected
  41. Lehigh Valley Health Network (Allentown, Pa.): 81,487 individuals affected
  42. University Health Systems of Eastern Carolina (Greenville, N.C.): 77,942 individuals affected
  43. USA Health (Cullman, Ala.): 52,344 individuals affected
  44. UMass Memorial Medical Center (Worcester, Mass): 87,420 individuals affected
  45. Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center (Buffalo, N.Y.): 141,669 individuals affected
  46. Texas Children’s Hospital (Houston): 1,987 individuals affected
  47. The Christ Hospital Health Network (Cincinnati): 183,265 individuals affected
  48. Connecticut Children’s Medical Center (Hartford): 2,633 individuals affected
  49. ChristianaCare (Newark, Del.): 1,229 individuals affected
  50. Our Lady of the Lake (Baton Rouge, La.): 31,166 individuals affected
  51. Prelude Behavioral Services (Iowa City, Iowa): 699 individuals affected
  52. June E. Nylen Cancer Center (Sioux City, Iowa): 500 individuals affected
  53. UnityPoint Health (West Des Moines, Iowa): 27,410 individuals affected
  54. University of Tennessee Medical Center (Knoxville): 234,954 individuals affected
  55. Life Enriching Communities (Loveland, Ohio): 2,345 individuals affected
  56. Joslin Diabetes Center (Boston): 71,160 individuals affected
  57. Devereux Advanced Behavioral Health (Villanova, Pa.): 1,758 individuals affected
  58. Bluegrass Care Navigators (Lexington, Ky.): 2,343 individuals affected
  59. Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare (St. Paul, Minn.): 1,766 individuals affected
  60. Nuvance Health (Danbury, Conn.): 314,829 individuals affected (reporting on behalf of its New York entities)
  61. Catholic Health System (South Carolina): 61,267 individuals affected
  62. Piedmont Cancer Institute (Atlanta): 5,226 individuals affected
  63. Alameda Health System (Oakland, Calif.): 2,691 individuals affected
  64. Accents on Health (Centennial, Colo.): 2,000 individuals affected
  65. Sheltering Arms Physical Rehabilitation Centers (Glen Allen, Va.): 683 individuals affected
  66. University of Missouri Health Care (Columbia): 189,736 individuals affected
  67. UCare Minnesota (Minneapolis): 4,806 individuals affected
  68. MedStar Health (Columbia, Md.): 668 individuals affected

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