Texas-based Baylor Health Care says laptop with patient data stolen
A laptop computer containing limited health information on 100,000 patients was stolen from a Baylor Health Care System Inc. employee's car in September, a representative from the Texas-based system announced. A letter is being sent to the patients, including 7,400 whose Social Security numbers were stored on the computer.
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