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Errors caused unintentional U.S. health data breaches 2017

Percentage of U.S. health data breaches that were caused unintentionally due to select errors in 2017

by Matej Mikulic, last edited Sep 2, 2019
Errors caused unintentional U.S. health data breaches 2017 This statistic depicts the percentage of accidental health data breaches in the U.S. that were committed due to select errors. According to the survey, 38.2 percent of accidental health data breaches were due to misdelivery of information.
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Percentage of U.S. health data breaches that were caused unintentionally due to select errors in 2017

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