Costs So Far Total Nearly $113 Million, Including $91.6 Million in Lost Revenue
The recent ransomware attack that disrupted Scripps Health’s IT systems and patient care for nearly a month has so far cost the San Diego-based organization nearly $113 million, including $91.6 million in lost revenue, according to a financial report the nonprofit entity filed this week.

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