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Ascension says files stolen during ransomware attack may have patient data

Ascension has no evidence those behind a recent ransomware attack took data from its electronic health records and other clinical systems, but the attackers did take files from a “small number of file servers” that may have patient data, a spokesperson said this week. 
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State will see $15.8 million from Johnson & Johnson settlement

The Wisconsin Department of Justice said Wednesday the state will receive $15.8 million from a settlement with Johnson & Johnson that resolves allegations the pharmaceutical company misled consumers about the safety of some talcum powder products, including baby and body powder. 
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Legislative Council: Budget committee can release western Wisconsin health dollars, with legal risk

The Legislature’s budget-writing committee can release dollars to help western Wisconsin respond to healthcare facility closures, “although doing so may involve some legal risk,” according to a recent memo from legislative attorneys. 
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