Organizations say they weren't hacked.

Optometrists and optometry students appear to have been targeted in a nationwide data breach, with doctors and students getting unsolicited Chase Amazon cards or denial letters, Vision Monday writes. The article says credit monitoring services have notified some victims of fraud alerts. The source of the breach is unknown. Organizations including the American Optometric Association, the American Academy of Optometry, the Association for Schools and Colleges in Optometry and the National Board of Examiners in Optometry say their databases haven't been hacked.

Read more at Vision Monday

 
SPONSORED VIDEO: OPTOMETRY WORTH SHARING

HOW TO AVOID AUDIT HELL

You may think you’re ready for a Medicare Audit. But are you? Little things count—but they can mean the difference between a great outcome and one that leaves you out in the cold. Don’t get swallowed up by the audit machine. Get this free guide to preparing for — and surviving — a Medicare Audit. Simply fill out the form to the right to access the information. Because you can survive “Audit Hell” if you’re prepared. Download Audit Kit ➡

Promoted Headlines