Health insurer Centene Corp pronounced on Monday it is blank 6 tough drives containing a personal and health information of about 950,000 people.
The tough drives do not embody any financial or remuneration sum of customers, a association said.
It pronounced it was conducting an inner hunt for a tough drives and believed a information has not been used inappropriately.
Chief Executive Michael Neidorff pronounced a drives contained information that was partial of a plan where laboratory formula were used to urge a health outcomes of their members.
The blank information from a tough drives enclosed a names, addresses, dates of birth, Social Security numbers, member marker numbers and health information of patients who perceived laboratory services between 2009 and 2015.
Centene pronounced it has started to forewarn clients and would offer giveaway credit and medical monitoring to those affected.
St. Louis, Missouri-based Centene’s shares were down scarcely 2 percent during $60.24 in a extended trading.