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From: kirniki (kirnikigmail.com)
Date: Wed Oct 20 2010 - 09:29:56 CDT
Keystone Mercy Health Plan and AmeriHealth Mercy Health Plan said
Tuesday that a portable computer drive containing the names,
addresses, and health information of 280,000 Medicaid members in
Pennsylvania has been lost.
The affiliated companies together insure 400,000 people on medical
assistance in Pennsylvania.
The companies said the portable computer hard drive, used at community
health fairs, was lost within the companies' corporate offices.
Keystone's headquarters is in Southwest Philadelphia and AmeriHealth
Mercy's is in Harrisburg.
The computer drive included members' health plan identification
numbers and some of their health information, the insurers said.
Also stored on the drive were the last four digits of 801 members'
Social Security numbers, plus complete Social Security numbers for
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