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Hard Drives With Personal Info Stolen from Doctors Group

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – The Indiana State Medical Association says two of its computer hard drives that have been stolen contain insurance information on 39,000 people.
The doctors group says one of its employees was transporting two archive backup hard drives to an offsite storage location when the thefts occurred on Feb. 13. 
It says the hard drives stored its group health and life insurance databases and included identifying information such as Social Security numbers, names, addresses, dates of birth, email addresses and personal medical histories. It's offering one year of credit-monitoring and repair services to all persons affected at no cost.
The medical association says its insurance plans are through Anthem, the target of a recent electronic database hack that likely already exposed some of the personal information of its insurance plan members.

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