Hack Notice

Hack Notice: ST Psychotherapy, LLC

ST Psychotherapy, LLC

The covered entity (CE), ST Psychotherapy, LLC, was burglarized sometime between october 21, 2015 and October 23, 2015, and a laptop computer containing the electronic protected health info (ePHI) of approximately 509 individuals was stolen. The laptop computer contained patients names, drivers permit numbers, dates of birth, social certificate numbers, clinical, and demographic information. The CE provided cut notification to HHS, affected individuals, and the media, and also filed a police report. To keep similar hackes from happening in the future, the ce changed the locks on its office. The CE also encrypted the laptop that replaced the stolen one and completed training on safeguarding PHI and the uses and disclosures of PHI. OCR obtained written assurances that the CE implemented the corrective actions noted above. placement of hacked information: Laptop business associate present: no

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