"My healthcare, I believe, should be between me and my doctor," Harclerode said.
She feels sending her contact information to another facility is a violation of her privacy.
"To release my personal contact information to a firm that they obviously have a relationship with… I just felt like was a breach of that privacy," she said.
A spokesman for Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City told Call for Action only patient contact information has been sent to a network radiology facility.
The insurance carrier sent us the following statement:
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City (Blue KC) strives to provide its members with information and tools to proactively manage their health and wellness. Breast cancer remains a major health concern and preventative screenings like mammograms are an important tool in preventing cancer, saving lives and diminishing suffering. In no way was member privacy compromised in our recent outreach to prompt some members to take action and get screened.