Opko Health says over 400,000 customers likely affected by data breach
08 June, 2019, 02:40 | Author: Sherman Richardson
Cory Booker and Bob Menendez, New Jersey Democrats, wrote the head of the American Medical Collection Agency in light of details emerging this week about a months-long data breach that compromised the personal information of approximately 12 million patients of Quest Diagnostics, a Seacucus-based blood testing provider that disclosed the incident in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing entered Monday.
The SEC filing also said that in response to the incident Quest Diagnostics has suspended sending collection requests to AMCA, provided notifications to affected health plans and will ensure that notification is provided to regulators and others as required by federal and state law; and been working and will continue to work diligently, along with Optum360, AMCA and outside security experts, to investigate the AMCA data security incident and its potential impact on Quest Diagnostics and its patients.
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Opko Health said it has not yet received the list of affected customers and had not been able to verify the accuracy of the information received from AMCA.
The growing theft of health care data is drawing scrutiny from key members of Congress.
Mr. Booker and Mr. Menendez sent a similar letter Wednesday to Stephen Rusckowski, Quest's chairman and president, as did Sen.
Warner, a leading cybersecurity advocate in Congress, said in the letter to Quest CEO Stephen Rusckowski that he was concerned about Quest's supply chain management and third-party selection and monitoring process.
In a letter (PDF) to Sandra D. van der Vaart, senior vice president and global general counsel for LabCorp, Menendez and Booker noted this isn't the first time the company has come under scrutiny due to information security concerns.
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