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If you’re concerned that your health information has been accessed without your consent and want to find out whether your hospital is part of the Ascension network, contact data privacy attorneys Cari Campen Laufenberg or Gretchen Freeman Cappio at or 800-776-6044.


Are you worried that Google employees accessed your health data without your consent? Keller Rohrback is investigating.

On November 11, 2019, the Wall Street Journal reported that Google is working with Ascension, one of the largest healthcare systems in the United States, to collect and analyze detailed health information on an initiative called “Project Nightingale.” The personal health data, which has been collected for tens of millions of people from across 21 states, includes patient names and birth dates, lab results, doctor diagnoses, and hospital records.

Google is reportedly using this data to design new software that uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to suggest changes to patients’ care. At present, at least 150 Google employees already have access to this data.

If you’re concerned that your personal health information is being accessed by Google employees without your consent, contact our data privacy attorneys at or 800-776-6044.

Contact us if you have been a patient at any of Ascension’s 2000+ hospitals and clinics, including:

Alabama – St. Vincent’s Health System
Illinois – Alexian Brothers Health System
Kansas – Ascension Via Christi (formally Via Christi)
Louisiana – Daughters of Charity Services
Michigan – Ascension Michigan (formally St. John Providence Health System)
Tennessee – Saint Thomas Health
Texas – The Seton Healthcare family
Wisconsin – Ascension Wisconsin (formally Wheaton Franciscan Healthcare)

About Keller Rohrback L.L.P.

With offices in Seattle, Phoenix, New York, Oakland, Santa Barbara, and Missoula, Keller Rohrback serves as lead and co-lead counsel in class actions throughout the country Keller Rohrback is a pioneer in representing consumers and employees who have had their personal information breached. Keller Rohrback has a long track-record of success with data breach litigation, including the Ninth Circuit case Krottner v. Starbucks, which established that the theft of a laptop containing employees’ personally identifiable information sufficed to confer Article III standing on plaintiffs.

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