(Bloomberg) -- Two senior U.S. senators demanded Anthem Inc. pick up the pace in notifying as many as 79 million Americans that their personal information may have been stolen from the health insurer in a computer breach last month.

Anthem, which runs Blue Cross and Blue Shield plans in 14 states, said Feb. 4 that hackers accessed information on its customers and those of partner companies. More than a month later, more than 50 million people affected by the breach haven’t been notified by the company, senators Lamar Alexander and Patty Murray said in a letter.

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