Personal Data Of 650,000 Oregonians Exposed After Medical Vendor’s Computer Stolen

Kristian Foden-Vencil

A stolen computer has exposed the personal information — including names, social security numbers and addresses — of more than 650,000 Oregonians.

Thieves stole a computer from the troubled medical transportation company GridWorks last November. It had personal information of patients as well as the company identity numbers of the Portland-area Medicaid provider Health Share of Oregon.

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