Sep 192020
 
 September 19, 2020  Posted by  Breaches, Healthcare, Non-U.S.

Mark Melnychuk reports:

An investigation by Saskatchewan’s privacy commissioner found that a Regina medical clinic did not notify patients when a doctor’s dictation machine containing personal health information went missing a year ago.

According to the report filed on Sept. 15, Saskatchewan Information and Privacy Commissioner Ronald J. Kruzeniski wrote that his office was notified by the Broadway Medical Clinic on Sept. 27, 2019 that one of the physicians and partners at the clinic, Dr. Noor Adams, had misplaced his dictaphone.

Read more on Regina Leader-Post.

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