Raleigh Group Pediatric Data Breach Class Action
This case is about the Raleigh Group Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine medical health data breach class action investigation. On August 26, 2022, patients’ personal HEALTH information including MEDICAL RECORDS, TREATMENTS, PROCEDURES, AND DIAGNOSES, the name, date of birth, medical assessment and medication administration, health insurance information, driver’s license, financial account information, billing and claims, and Social Security number were allegedly disclosed. If your child was a patient at Raleigh Group Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine and you were notified of the data breach, please contact us by calling or filling out the form on this page. You may be eligible for more than just the credit monitoring Raleigh Group Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine.
Raleigh Group Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine has stated a third party they used was involved in a data breach using patients’ protected health information. ” On August 26, 2022, Connexin detected a data anomaly on our internal network. We immediately launched an investigation and engaged third-party forensic experts to determine the nature and scope of the incident. On September 13, 2022, we learned that an unauthorized party was able to access an offline set of patient data used for data conversion and troubleshooting. Some of that data was removed by the unauthorized party. The live electronic record system was not accessed in this incident, and the incident did not involve [Redacted]’s systems, databases, or medical records system at all.”
What Information was Involved?
If your child was a patient who was notified of the data breach or even if you have not yet been notified, contact us for the investigation. The patient information may have included: (1) patient name, parent/guardian name, address, email address, and date of birth; (2) Social Security Numbers; (3) health insurance information (payer name, payer contract dates, policy information including type and deductible amount and subscriber number); (4) medical and/or treatment information (dates of service, location, services requested or procedures performed, diagnosis, prescription information, physician names, and Medical Record Numbers); and (5) billing and/or claims information (invoices, submitted claims and appeals, and patient account identifiers used by your provider.
Please Contact Us – You Have Limited Time
If you have been affected by the data breach, please contact us as soon as time permits to join the investigation. An investigation has begun to hold Raleigh Group Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine responsible for the data breach. It was allegedly avoidable and Raleigh Group Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine has allowed others to gain access to members’ information.