Two major health insurers felt the sting of technology woes this week as New York’s Attorney General Andrew Cuomo reached agreements with the firms to stop using a controversial database maintained by UnitedHealth Group Inc.'s Ingenix unit to set the "usual and customary" rate for insurance reimbursements.

UnitedHealth Group Inc. agreed on Thursday to pay $350 million to resolve class action lawsuits over reimbursing patients for out-of-network medical services, according to a Reuters report.

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