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A Los Angeles jury rejected a lawsuit filed by a former executive for Kaiser Foundation Health Plan Inc. who alleged he was exposed to intolerable workplace conditions and forced to quit because he uncovered corruption within the company regarding its dealings with Medicare.

The Superior Court jury deliberated for less than half a day Wednesday before finding in favor of Kaiser and against plaintiff Cesar Villalpando.

In a statement issued Thursday, John Nelson, vice president of communications for Kaiser Permanente said: "Nearly all of Mr. Villalpando’s claims were...

HITRUST today released the following statement regarding the HIPAA settlement relating to the Anthem security breach in 2015.

An inaccurate media story earlier today reported that Anthem had a HITRUST CSF Certification at the time a breach occurred in 2015 and it did not adequately identify or address the issue relating to the breach. While Anthem did have a HITRUST CSF Certification, the organization did not have a breach in any system or area of the organization that was within the scope of its HITRUST CSF Certification.

A HITRUST CSF Certification is issued based...

A federal judge has ordered Wells Fargo to pay $97.3 million in damages to mortgage workers in California who weren't paid enough for their breaks.

The judgment, handed down late Tuesday, comes after the court ruled in January that Wells Fargo (WFC) violated California's tough labor laws.

The damages in the class action lawsuit are almost quadruple what Wells Fargo argued it should owe.

The ruling applies to Wells Fargo mortgage consultants and bankers who worked at the bank in California between March 2013 and August 2017.

It's the latest black eye for Wells Fargo, wh...

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