Justin Hull, Jordan Selzer MD, Andrew Meltzer MD
Imagine receiving a phone call or email notifying you that your most personal information such as your medical history, medications, social security number and much more has been stolen. Now imagine you are only one of 79 million people who received this notification. This scenario is not hypothetical; it was the largest medical data breach to date. In 2014, the health insurance company Anthem suffered a massive cybersecurity attack, compromising the health information of millions of individuals.