Lost hard drive puts data on 280,000 Medicaid enrollees at risk – FierceHealthIT

The names, addresses and some health information of 280,000 Medicaid enrollees in Pennsylvania could be at risk after two affiliated managed care organizations reported the loss of a hard drive from a portable computer.The hard drive went missing in the corporate offices of either Philadelphia-based Keystone Mercy Health Plan or Harrisburg-based AmeriHealth Mercy Health Plan, the Philadelphia Inquirer reports. The two companies cover a total of 400,000 Medicaid patients in the state.

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