If you had a wellness screening in 2013 as part of fulfilling the requirements for the Partnership Promise program, you may have recently received a letter from Onsite Health Diagnostics. The letter states that your personal information was included in a company data breach and that you are encouraged to enroll in free identity theft protection services by November 8, 2014.
The state of Tennessee announced this week that a data breach occurred involving personal information stored by Onsite Health Diagnostics, a subcontractor of the state’s wellness program, Onsite Health Diagnostics. The information that is believed to be part of the breach includes name, address, e-mail address, phone number, date of birth, and gender. No Social Security numbers, medical information, or employee IDs were compromised.
To read more about the data breach and to enroll in the free protection services offered, visit ID Experts. You will need to reference an access code in the letter sent to you from Onsite Health Diagnostics. If you did not keep your letter, call 888-266-9285.
Questions also can be directed to the state’s benefits administration privacy officer at 866-252-1523 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The university cannot access your health information, but the UT Payroll Office is available at 865-974-5251 if you have additional questions.