Postmeds (Truepill)
Data Breach Class Action Lawsuit

October 31, 2023 -- Attention: victims of the Postmeds (Truepill) data breach.

Abington Cole + Ellery is investigating the recently announced Postmeds (Truepill) data breach.

Postmeds (Truepill), a pharmacy company specializing in fulfilling mail-order prescriptions, recently experienced a cybersecurity incident concerning certain information. The incident came to light on August 31, 2023, when it was discovered that an unauthorized individual had accessed a subset of files integral to pharmacy management and fulfillment services. Immediately upon this discovery, Postmeds (Truepill) claims it initiated an investigation, enlisting the expertise of cybersecurity professionals to expedite the process of securing their operational environment.

The investigation revealed that the unauthorized access transpired between August 30, 2023, and September 1, 2023. It was determined that the compromised files contained sensitive data including patient names, types of medication, and in certain cases, demographic details along with the name of the prescribing physician.

Postmeds (Truepill) claims that after learning of the data breach, it undertook measures to bolster its security infrastructure. On October 30, 2023, Postmeds began the process of notifying the individuals affected by this incident by mailing data breach notification letters to them.

Postmeds (Truepill) does not appear to be offering credit monitoring and/or identity theft protection services to affected individuals at this time.

Hundreds of thousands of individuals were affected by the Postmeds (Truepill) data breach.

Breached data may include, but is not necessarily limited to: patient names and medication type (prescribing physician name, and/or demographic data in some cases).

Additional information about the Postmeds (Truepill) data breach may be found here: Postmeds (Truepill) Notice of a Data Security Incident.

Founded in 2016, Postmeds (Truepill) operates as a telehealth company specializing in B2B pharmacy fulfillment services. The company offers a platform, which utilizes Application Programming Interfaces (APIs), to integrate healthcare infrastructure. This platform purports to enhance patient experiences by managing pharmacy fulfillment and telemedicine solutions. Postmeds (Truepill) collaborates with direct-to-consumer (D2C) brands, digital health companies, and other healthcare organizations while serving all 50 states through its facilities.

For more information about steps you can take to possibly reduce the chances harm arising from a data breach, please review the following article: What are some steps you can take if you've been the victim of a data breach?

If you believe you are a victim of the Postmeds (Truepill) data breach, and would like to participate in a class action lawsuit regarding this data breach, please submit your information via the form on this webpage. This website is not associated with nor authorized by Postmeds (Truepill) or any affiliated companies.