September 01, 2020
Phillips & Cohen partner Colette Matzzie tells Fierce Healthcare about her whistleblower client’s concerns regarding the alleged flaws in Viztek’s electronic health records software. Viztek owner Konica Minolta Health paid $500,000 to settle the qui tam lawsuit.
“Our client was concerned about possible patient harm that can occur if EHR software isn’t properly certified, so she stepped forward to inform the government about what she had witnessed,” said Colette Matzzie, a partner and whistleblower attorney with Phillips & Cohen representing the former employee, in a statement.
Read the entire article, “Konica Minolta will pay $500K to settle lawsuit alleging EHR software flaws,” on Fierce Healthcare’s website.