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Gregory Fliszar, with Cozen O’Connor, left, and Mark Swearingen, with Hall Render, right.

In-house attorneys and compliance officers at health care providers are coping with an ever-rising number of serious data breaches affecting millions of patients, and they need to take further action to prevent them, lawyers who advise hospitals and health systems said.

MP McQueen

MP McQueen is editor-at-large, and can be reached at mpmcqueen@alm.com

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