"All Floridians who were referred to or received services from physicians affiliated with CHS in the last five years are advised to review their credit reports and accounts for possible unauthorized activity," said Attorney General
Additionally, affected patients are advised to take advantage of the one year free credit monitoring offered by CHS. CHS has confirmed that the stolen data did not include patient credit card, medical, or clinical information and indicates the data breach occurred in physician practices affiliated with the company, not in its hospitals.
CHS sent notice letters to affected individuals that describe the event and how to enroll in free identify theft protection services including credit monitoring and identity theft consultation and restoration.
For questions or assistance with identity theft protection services call Kroll at 1-855-205-6951 or visit Kroll.IDMonitoringService.com.
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