If you were mailed a notice by Advent Health Partners, Inc. regarding a Cyber-Attack that Advent Health Partners, Inc. discovered in September 2021, you may be eligible for compensation and credit monitoring.

Important Dates

Deadline to Exclude Yourself
Deadline to File an Objection
Go to a Hearing
Deadline to Submit a Claim
  • A proposed Settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit known as J. Paul McHenry v. Advent Health Partners, Inc., Case No. 3:22-cv-00287 (D. Tenn. 2022).
  • This lawsuit arises out of a targeted cyber-attack causing disruption to Advent Health’s computer systems in September 2021, which resulted in the compromise of the personally identifiable information (“PII”) of 61,072 individuals (the “Data Breach”). The potentially compromised data in the Data Breach included individual’s first and last names, Social Security numbers, drivers’ license information, dates of birth, health insurance information, medical treatment information, and financial account information. Advent Health notified Settlement Class Members about the Data Breach in March 2022, at the earliest.
  • All Settlement Class Members who timely submit claims can receive the following benefits from the Settlement: (1) up to $750 in reimbursement for ordinary expenses for: (a) documented out-of-pocket losses, (b) documented fees for credit reports, credit monitoring, or other identity theft insurance product purchased between September 1, 2021 and April 20, 2023, and (c) up to four (4) hours of lost time (calculated at $18/ hour) that was spent dealing with the Data Breach; and (2) reimbursement of up to $5,000.00 for documented extraordinary losses arising from proven monetary losses that were more likely than not caused by the Data Breach.
  • Credit Monitoring: Settlement Class Members will also have the opportunity to enroll in three (3) years of credit monitoring services.
  • Advent Health also has agreed to implement data security enhancements to better protect the private information on its computer systems.
  • You are included in this Settlement as a “Settlement Class Member” if your PII was potentially compromised as a result of the cyber-attack that Advent Health discovered in September 2021, and you were sent notice of the Data Breach.

The Notice explains the nature of the lawsuit and claims being settled, your legal rights, and the benefits to the Settlement Class.
Your legal rights are affected regardless of whether you do or do not act. Read the Notice carefully.

Submit a Claim

You must submit a Valid Claim to get money from this Settlement.

Claim Forms must be submitted online by 11:59 p.m. PST on April 20, 2023 or, if mailed, postmarked no later than April 20, 2023.

Do Nothing

If you do nothing, you remain in the Settlement.

You give up your rights to sue and you will not get any money or credit monitoring.

Exclude Yourself

Get out of the Settlement. Get no money or credit monitoring. Keep your rights.

This is the only option that allows you to keep your right to sue about the claims in this lawsuit. You will not get any money or credit monitoring from the Settlement.

Your request to exclude yourself must be postmarked no later than March 21, 2023.

File an Objection

Stay in the Settlement but tell the Court why you think the Settlement should not be approved. Objections must be postmarked no later than March 21, 2023.

Go to a Hearing

You can ask to speak in Court about the fairness of the Settlement, at your own expense. See Question 18 for more details.

The Final Approval Hearing is scheduled for April 14, 2023 at 1:00 p.m CST.