Data of 280,000 Medicaid enrollees lost; New York couple sues hospital for destroying embryos without permission;

> Two managed care organizations lost a hard drive, putting the data of 280,000 Medicaid enrollees at risk of disclosure, FierceHealthIT reports. FierceHealthIT

> A New York couple sued a Long Island hospital, after they learned that their embryos had been destroyed without their permission, the Associated Press reports. Article

> Main Line Health system cut 98 people from its workforce to save $5 million, the Philadelphia Business Journal reports. Article
> A patient who had been declared insane in 1993 killed a psychiatric technician at Napa (Calif.) State Hospital, CW31 reports. Article

> Alta Bates Summit Medical Center is investigating why it did not inform the family of a patient of his death, the Associated Press reports. The family learned about his death 10 days later from the coroner's office. Article

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