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Barely a week after it was struck by a ransomware attack, Allscripts is facing a lawsuit alleging the company failed to adequately protect its systems.
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Although Allscripts said the company had restored access to "nearly all clients," many providers were still unable to log in on Wednesday morning.
Small physician practices across the country say the Allscripts attack has paralyzed patient care and forced them to borrow money to pay employees.
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As Allscripts recovers from a ransomware attack, physician practices have been forced to operate without access to EHR, scheduling and payment systems.
In a final plea, CareFirst attorneys warned that companies would be inundated with data breach lawsuits without the high court's review.
Allscripts is investigating a ransomware attack impacting a limited number of applications, according to a company spokesperson.