Medical Information Engineering (MIE) identified a serious cyber-security breech on May 26, which purportedly took place on May 7. The clients that were affected include the Rochester Medical Group of Detroit, Franciscan Street Francis Health Ind., and Concentra from Texas (with 300 U.S. medical centers in 38 states). The information intercepted by hackers included Social Security numbers, emails and addresses, medical records, and dates of birth.
Measures Taken by Medical Information Engineering
MIE sent email and U.S. mail notices to all affected clients on June 2, 2015. Additionally, law enforcement officials at state and federal level were made aware of the data breech. As compensation, MIE offered complimentary credit monitoring and identity protection services to affected clients for a period of two years.