Patients sue Montfort for $40M


A group of patients whose personal information was lost by the Montfort Hospital is suing the organization for $40 million.

The suit stems from a lost USB memory stick that contained information on 25,000 patients. The stick was lost in November 2012 but it was eventually recovered.

The memory stick contained patient names, a summary of services received, the date of service and a code representing the health care provider on the case. It also included information on 1,255 members of the Canadian Armed Forces.

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