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Aetna, still looking for scapegoat in HIV disclosure fiasco, sues plaintiffs firms

This case is the stuff derisive tweeters live for. Seriously. Aetna is only making itself look worse and worse.

Alison Frankel reports:

Aetna has intensified its search for someone else to blame for a settlement notification fiasco that has so far put the company on the hook for nearly $20 million.Aetna stands accused, as you may recall, of violating the privacy of customers who take HIV medications by allowing postal delivery of a settlement notice that displayed patients’ names, addresses and HIV prescription information in a transparent envelope window. In February, the insurer sued the claims administrator Kurtzman Carson Consultants in federal court in Philadelphia, arguing that KCC should indemnify Aetna for the botched notice because KCC chose the overly-revelatory envelope. That case is ongoing.But Aetna has meanwhile found a new target. On Wednesday, the insurer filed a complaint in Philadelphia federal court against the plaintiffs firm Whatley Kallas and the...(continued)
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