Software Helping Opiod Makers Push Their Wares

The US Department of Justice accused San Francisco startup Practice Fusion of creating software to increase pain med prescriptions by medical practitioners. The company, which provided software to thousands of doctors’ offices, settled for US$145 million.

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Electronic Health Records Vendor to Pay $145 Million to Resolve Criminal and Civil Investigations