Last year’s American Medical Collection Agency (AMCA) data breach, which resulted in the theft of information from its clients including Quest Diagnostics, LabCorp, and BioReference Laboratories, has ensnared another clinical lab. Clinical Pathology Laboratories says 2.2 million patients may have had their personal information, including, names, addresses, phone numbers, and dates of birth, stolen in the previously-reported breach. In wake of the breach, AMCA filed for bankruptcy protection amid several class action suits.
LabCorp was first hit with 7.7 million patients affected, then 11.9 million Quest Diagnostics patients were next. BioReference Laboratories pushed the breach over the 20 million mark. Then, AMCA filed for bankruptcy protection amid several class action suits.