Australia's biggest online doctor appointment booking service, HealthEngine, has reported a data breach, saying that personally identifiable information of some users may have been accessed through the company's online Practice Recognition System.
Perth-based online healthcare marketplace, HealthEngine, says it has achieved significant growth post its $26.7 million capital raising earlier this year.
Australian online health directory and booking service HealthEngine has raised $26.7 million in a Series C funding round, to add to its product portfolio, expand into other markets, make acquisitions and boost staff numbers.
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