Oscar Health experienced a data breach it’s blaming on a printing vendor, the company disclosed Friday.
The health insurance company discovered on Nov. 23 that mail intended for some California policyholders may have been sent to the wrong customers. The letters include member names, provider information, dates of service, and types of procedures and services. Oscar Health didn’t name the vendor it says is responsible.
The paperwork doesn’t include Social Security numbers, driver’s license numbers or any financial information, according to a notice from Oscar Health.
Oscar Health determined the incident likely occurred between Oct. 28 and Nov. 16 and has “taken steps to address the matter with our print vendor,” the company reported.
Oscar Health did not respond to questions about what steps it has taken, the name of the vendor or how many members’ data were exposed.
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