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It could be worse. [It's worse]

Published April 25, 2012 11:48 am

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- Victim of the Utah Medicaid breach? You're not alone - Kirsten Stewart, The Salt Lake Tribune

... The Medicaid breach was not limited to people on public insurance.If you've been to a Utah health care provider in the past four months – maybe even in the past year – your personal information may have been exposed. This applies to anyone, whether you visited a hospital, family doctor or had home health care, and whether you have private insurance, no insurance or you're a retiree on Medicare. ...

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