Stolen laptop contained info on 11,000 patients; Indiana launches immunization records website;

> A laptop stolen from the locked vehicle of an employee of Lake Forest, Calif.-based Apria Healthcare in June contained personal and protected health information for roughly 11,000 patients, the Arizona Daily Star reports. Apria offers home healthcare services and tools to patients such as oxygen therapy  and sleep apnea equipment. Apria is offering free credit monitoring to the affected patients. Article

> Patients and parents of patients in Indiana now can access their immunization records online, Health Data Management reports. The Hoosier State recently rolled out its MyVaxIndiana website after a pilot involving various hospitals, physician practices and a public school. Article

> Computer screenings for domestic abuse were not effective in reducing exposure to violence for women, according to a study published this week in the Journal of the American Medical Association, MedPage Today reports. Article

And Finally… The aerial photo with the big red arrow pointing at the problem is sure to improve the situation. Article

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