Missing records affect 1,400 Jackson Health System patients

Boxes of medical records of more than 1,400 patients have been missing from Florida's Jackson Health System since January, the hospital reported Friday. Matthew Pinzur, a Jackson spokesman, said the boxes of records went missing from the Health Information Management department, which handles all patient medical records. "The missing documents were either on their way to be scanned electronically or returning from the process," he said, The Miami Herald reported. Article

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