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If a doctors computerized medical records are compromised by a hacker, who is liable?

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    If a doctors medical files are stolen by a thief, who is liable?
    Health Providers are required to protect the information. Here, a court would look at reasonable measures. For computerized records, that means firewalls, encryptions, et al.

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