Howard Koplowitz reports: Four patients of the DCH health System filed a federal class-action lawsuit Monday alleging that the three west al Hospitals violated health information privacy laws and disrupted their medical care when the system was strike with a ransomware attack in October. The quatern patients impeach the health system of negligence, invasion of privacy, transgress of get and breach of fiduciary duty stemming from the�Oct. 1 attack�that shut down the three-hospital system to non-critical patients for 10 days. Read more on AL.com. The named plaintiff patients really fare sound like their care was negatively impacted, although I’m not sure blaming the hospital is fair. But this pillowcase is a good illustration of why those who attempt healthcare entities demand to be caught and sent to prison for a good long time.