Oregon sues Oracle, blaming tech giant for failed healthcare website

Los Angeles Times, August 25, 2014
The Oregon attorney general sued Oracle America Inc. on Friday, charging that the technology giant committed what "amounts to a pattern of racketeering activity" that cost the state hundreds of millions of dollars during the faulty rollout of its troubled health insurance exchange. In a scathing, 126-page civil complaint, Oregon Atty. Gen. Ellen Rosenblum accused the company and several of its high-level executives of repeatedly lying to state officials, of failing to deliver on contracts and of filing an estimated $240 million in false claims after it was hired to build the Cover Oregon website.

MOST POPULAR

SPONSORED REPORTS
SPONSORED HEADLINES

SIGN UP

FREE e-Newsletters Join the Council Subscribe to HL magazine

SPONSORSHIP & ADVERTISING

100 Winners Circle Suite 300
Brentwood, TN 37027

800-727-5257

About | Advertise | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Reprints/Permissions | Contact
© HealthLeaders Media 2015 a division of BLR All rights reserved.