TUCSON (KGUN9-TV)-- Electronic medical records let doctors have all of your patient information at their fingertips, but they may also allow hackers the same privilege. An account in the prestigious New England Journal of Medicine is out and it shows how a cyberattack by the well-known hacking group "Anonymous" infiltrated Boston Children's Hospital earlier this year. The hospital's defenses held against these attacks. No patient records were accessed, and nobody was harmed. However, this group did slow down the hospital's server and website. Boston Children's was prepared. But are other hospitals? Research shows 94 percent of healthcare institutions have been targeted in the past by cyberattacks. That means we may want to consider a prescription for better computer security in hospitals because they have our trust and our medical data.