Despite being hit by a ransomware attack, the UVM Medical Center was fortunately able to continue to provide care to its patients despite its core systems having been compromised.

Burlington, Vt.-based UVM Medical Center worked with Epic and its clinical and IT teams to get its health system up and running after a ransomware attack took down its IT network and applications in October, JDSupra reported June 13. 

The attack, which occurred on Oct. 28, placed malware on more than 5,000 hospital computers and laptops, which encrypted files and data on 1,300 servers, costing the health system $40 million to $50 million, mostly in lost revenue. 

Read the full article at Becker’s Health IT.