The California-based health system agreed to settle two lawsuits alleging unfair practices that resulted in Black and Hispanic workers being paid less and receiving fewer promotions than their white counterparts. In total, Kaiser Permanente agreed to pay $18.9 million as part of the settlements.
A district judge granted preliminary approval to a settlement for a class action suit brought against HIMSS by exhibitors for its conference last year. Per the settlement, HIMSS will create a $2.8 million fund to pay back exhibitors and will credit a portion of the… Read More »HIMSS to settle class action exhibitor lawsuit for $2.8M
The vendor has agreed to pay $18.3 million to settle allegations that it violated the False Claims Act by offering illegal kickbacks to boost EHR sales. The company denies any wrongdoing and said it agreed to settle to “put the matter behind us.”
Video conferencing company Zoom reached a settlement with the Federal Trade Commission over claims that the company used end-to-end encryption in its video calls, when it reportedly used a lower level of security.