The company said it “experienced an information technology security incident in the early hours of September 27, 2020” and was consequently forced to shut down its entire computer network, affecting patient data, laboratory systems, and clinical information Gone.
“Patient care is being delivered safely and effectively,” the company statement said, adding at the moment there is “no evidence that patient or employee data was accessed, copied, or misused.”
“They safely took their entire network to protect the network to detect the attack and they are working to maintain clinical operations safely using these downtime protocols,” he said. ”
Meanwhile, he said it is a “big deal”.
Rainer said the affected facilities have reverted to using the manual system, which was once the norm, so patient safety is not necessarily a problem. “But it’s a big deal. It’s a big deal,” he repeated.
He said he had to cancel several surgical procedures on Tuesday and said that it is “too cumbersome to track patient data.”