Class Eligibility

Class Members are all persons who were patients of a physician or physician’s practice licensed pursuant to Chapter 458, Florida Statutes, and who since March 9, 2009: (a) made a request through a legal representative to said physician or physician’s practice to provide copies of the person’s patient medical records; (b) were billed by the HealthPort/CIOX, whether billed directly to the patient or to the patient’s legal representative, at charges that exceeded 25¢ per page after the first 25 pages; and (c) paid for such charges.

Estimated Amount

Varies

In the state of Florida class members will be paid back whatever they paid for their records

Proof of Purchase

Yes

Case Name

Allen v. HealthPort Technologies LLC,
Case No. 12-013154
Circuit Court of the Thirteenth Judicial Circuit in and for Hillsborough County, Florida

Case Summary

The lawsuit alleged that HealthPort/CIOX violated certain Florida Administrative Code rules by overcharging for furnishing copies of patient medical records at the request of the patient or the patient’s legal representative (such as an attorney). The lawsuit asserts that under Florida law, HealthPort/CIOX owes restitution and interest to the Plaintiff and class members. HealthPort/CIOX denies the claims and allegations.

Settlement Pool

N/A

Deadline

10/09/2017

Contact


Allen v. HealthPort
Class Action Administrator
c/o A.B. Data, Ltd.
P.O. Box 173036
Milwaukee, WI 53217
877-265-3022
info@HealthPortClassAction.com

3 responses to “Healthport Florida/Ciox Medical Record Class Action Settlement”

  1. Joan Summers says:

    I mailed in the postcard sent to me a while back. I’ve never received an acknowledgement. Can you tell me if it’s been received?

    ADMIN – Hi Joan,

    I can’t. You need to contact the class action administrator directly.

  2. Stephanie Heard says:

    I had to pay HealthPort for these services and never received any notification nor have seen anything about this case. I am sure it is too late to apply now. Please advise.

    ADMIN – Hi Stephanie,

    Be advised that you no longer have legal recourse. We encourage you to follow us on Facebook or sign up for our newsletter to avoid missing deadline-sensitive cases that may affect you in the future.

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