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If You Or A Loved One Have Suffered Injury Due To A Prescription or Medical Procedure Delays Due To The UHC Optum Change Databreach, Justice And Compensation May Be Available

We encourage anyone who has experienced injuries from prescription delays and frozen services at numerous pharmacies across the United States to request a free, private case review

Pharmacies Nationwide Are Facing Challenges After A Cyberattack Targeting UnitedHealth

UnitedHealth disclosed in a regulatory filing that its Change Healthcare division, responsible for processing prescriptions for tens of thousands of pharmacies nationwide, fell victim to hackers gaining access to its systems.

The cyberattack was detected, and the company announced that the impact was expected to extend over several days.

In its filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, UnitedHealth suggested that the cyberattack might have been orchestrated by a group of hackers backed by a foreign country.

The company stated that it had isolated the attack, alerted law enforcement, and was swiftly working to restore its systems.

While the cause of the attack is not yet confirmed, UnitedHealth is obligated to report such incidents to investors via the SEC.

The attack resembles ransomware incidents that have disrupted hospitals and healthcare networks across the U.S. over recent years.

Following these developments, the American Hospital Association advised medical facilities to disconnect from UnitedHealth's network until the situation is resolved, as they could be vulnerable to the same attackers who breached Change Healthcare.

Despite the widespread disruption, including prescription delays and frozen services at numerous pharmacies across the United States, the media response to the news has been noticeably low-key.

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Which healthcare facilities have experienced a disruption?

Despite the widespread disruption, including prescription delays and frozen services at numerous pharmacies across the United States, the media response to the news has been noticeably low-key.

This breach resulted in pharmacies encountering difficulties in processing prescriptions with insurance companies for payment:

  • Camp Pendleton Naval Hospital in California posted on X that it was unable to process any prescription claims due to the ongoing cyber issue.
  • Evans Army Community Hospital in Colorado mentioned in a Facebook post that some prescription orders would experience delays.
  • GoodRx, a provider of prescription discounts, also noted disruptions in its services.
  • Moffet Drug, a small pharmacy in Kansas, also reported disruptions to its services on Facebook.

In the world of healthcare today, technology is playing a bigger role than ever before. Hospitals and medical services use computers and digital tools to help patients and manage their operations.

This shift towards digital systems has made patient data more important than ever—it's easier to access and share. Unfortunately, it also makes hospitals a target for cyberattacks.

If someone broke into a hospital's computer system and held it hostage, some hospitals might pay a ransom to regain control of their systems rather than risk important services being shut down.

This exposes hospitals to big risks because even if they pay the ransom, there's no guarantee that the cyber attackers will delete the stolen data. Hospitals must figure out how to keep their digital systems and customer data safe while also dealing with the aftermath of these cyber threats.

Eligible victims are encouraged to request a free, private case evaluation by our experienced legal staff with the potential for compensation and justice.

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Pharmacies Nationwide Are Facing Challenges After A Cyberattack Targeting UnitedHealth

UnitedHealth disclosed in a regulatory filing that its Change Healthcare division, responsible for processing prescriptions for tens of thousands of pharmacies nationwide, fell victim to hackers gaining access to its systems.

The cyberattack was detected, and the company announced that the impact was expected to extend over several days.

In its filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, UnitedHealth suggested that the cyberattack might have been orchestrated by a group of hackers backed by a foreign country.

The company stated that it had isolated the attack, alerted law enforcement, and was swiftly working to restore its systems.

While the cause of the attack is not yet confirmed, UnitedHealth is obligated to report such incidents to investors via the SEC.

The attack resembles ransomware incidents that have disrupted hospitals and healthcare networks across the U.S. over recent years.

Following these developments, the American Hospital Association advised medical facilities to disconnect from UnitedHealth's network until the situation is resolved, as they could be vulnerable to the same attackers who breached Change Healthcare.

Despite the widespread disruption, including prescription delays and frozen services at numerous pharmacies across the United States, the media response to the news has been noticeably low-key.

iStock-1464672040

Which healthcare facilities have experienced a disruption?

Despite the widespread disruption, including prescription delays and frozen services at numerous pharmacies across the United States, the media response to the news has been noticeably low-key.

This breach resulted in pharmacies encountering difficulties in processing prescriptions with insurance companies for payment:

  • Camp Pendleton Naval Hospital in California posted on X that it was unable to process any prescription claims due to the ongoing cyber issue.
  • Evans Army Community Hospital in Colorado mentioned in a Facebook post that some prescription orders would experience delays.
  • GoodRx, a provider of prescription discounts, also noted disruptions in its services.
  • Moffet Drug, a small pharmacy in Kansas, also reported disruptions to its services on Facebook.

In the world of healthcare today, technology is playing a bigger role than ever before. Hospitals and medical services use computers and digital tools to help patients and manage their operations.

This shift towards digital systems has made patient data more important than ever—it's easier to access and share. Unfortunately, it also makes hospitals a target for cyberattacks.

If someone broke into a hospital's computer system and held it hostage, some hospitals might pay a ransom to regain control of their systems rather than risk important services being shut down.

This exposes hospitals to big risks because even if they pay the ransom, there's no guarantee that the cyber attackers will delete the stolen data. Hospitals must figure out how to keep their digital systems and customer data safe while also dealing with the aftermath of these cyber threats.

Eligible victims are encouraged to request a free, private case evaluation by our experienced legal staff with the potential for compensation and justice.

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