1 million Oregon Health Plan members impacted by data breach

The Oregon Health Authority has announced that its members’ data may have been exposed due to a MOVEit-related cyberattack on one of its service providers. Vendor PH Tech notified Oregon government officials that they’d experienced a data breach. In their investigation, PH Tech determined that the sensitive data of OHP members was accessed by bad actors. OHP said the illegally accessed data included personal information and some protected health information like enrollment, authorization, and claims files. Exposed information varies from person to person but might include name, date of birth, social security number, address, member ID number, plan ID number, email address, authorization information, diagnosis code, procedure codes, and claim information. An estimated 1 million people had data exposed in this incident.

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