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UK: NHS cyber attack hits patient care with records left in ‘chaos’ three months on

Patient care is still being undermined at NHS mental health trusts and social care providers that were hit by a major cyber attack in August, doctors have warned.

Three months after the major attack wiped out NHS systems, patients’ records are missing, safety has been compromised, and medication doses are at risk of being missed amid ongoing “chaos”, i has been told.

Dr Andrew Molodynski, mental health lead at the British Medical Association, said the prolonged systems failure has damaged care because records are “integral to patients’ safety”.

Reports, Connie Dimsdale, iNews

Read more at iNews.

Note: This was a Lockbit 3.0 attack, although it is not listed on Lockbit’s leak site. Updates by the software firm can be found linked from https://www.oneadvanced.com/cyber-incident/#updates

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