In April 2020, the company published a notice on its official website outlining that their security team had discovered unauthorized access to one of their employee's email accounts between 22 to 24 January.
Although the company stated that they had found no clear signs of misuse, it does not rule out the exposure of customer personal information.
In September 2022, the company reached a $12.25 million settlement with the 232,772 patients affected.
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