If you received a NOTICE OF DATA BREACH letter from PharMerica, contact Scott+Scott Attorneys at Law LLP to discuss your legal options.
PharMerica, one of the largest pharmacy service providers in the United States, has confirmed that hackers accessed the personal data of almost six million patients.
On or about May 12, 2023, PharMerica sent a Notice of Data Breach Letter (“Breach Letter”) to current and former patients, informing victims that their personally identifiable information (“PII”) was exposed when PharMerica claims there was a “cybersecurity incident” (the “Data Breach”). PharMerica operates more than 2,500 facilities across the U.S. and offers more than 3,100 pharmacy and healthcare programs.
According to the Breach Letter, PharMerica discovered the Data Breach on March 14, 2023, when it learned of suspicious activity on its computer network and investigated the Data Breach. PharMerica has determined that, between March 12-13, 2023, hackers gained access to their network without authorization. PharMerica also stated that the PII available to the hackers during this Data Breach includes: name, mailing addresses, dates of birth, Social Security numbers, medications, and health insurance information.
PharMerica discovered the Data Breach on March 14, 2023, and determined whose information was involved and what PII was taken by March 21, 2023. However, it waited nearly two months, until May 12, 2023, to send Breach Letters to victims.
If you received a NOTICE OF DATA BREACH letter from PharMerica, fill out the form on the right and an attorney will contact you.