According to this healthcare provider "patient and responsible party information that may be affected includes names, addresses, medical information, health insurance information, dates of birth, Social Security numbers and financial information. Employee information that may be affected includes names, Social Security numbers, dates of birth, addresses, health insurance information, medical information, driver's license numbers, financial information and telephone numbers."
"Employee and patient PII Data Elements were inappropriately accessed."It is unclear how the breaches were discovered; a forensic investigation is ongoing. Organizations seeking to proactively detect identity theft and data privacy breaches, rather than learn about it from third parties, can utilize low-cost on-demand SaaS analytics services.
- Letter sent to possible victims
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(a) Consolidated Tribal Health Project, Inc. Notifies Employees and Patients of a Data Security Compromise - www.OAG.gov, 05/12/2015