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  A Fort Wayne-based electronic health records company has agreed to pay $900,000 to 16 states because of a HIPAA-data breach.

 

Indiana will receive nearly $175,000, according to Indiana Attorney General Curtis Hill.

 

In May 2015, hackers broke into WebChart, an application run by Medical Informatics Engineering. They were able to steal protected health information from about 3.9 million people, including names, birthdates, Social Security numbers and diagnosis.

 

Courtesy/Parkview Community Greenhouse

The Parkview Community Greenhouse and Learning Kitchen, a hub for accessing healthy food and resources, is humming with activity and will open its doors this coming week.

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After winning a lifelong battle with food addiction and losing one hundred pounds in about a year, Fort Wayne resident Emily Boller has chronicled that journey in a new book titled Starved to Obesity.