In his first high-profile resolution of a consumer case, Texas Attorney General John Cornyn is grabbing attention for a settlement with Aetna U.S. Healthcare that demands policy reforms from the HMO instead of money.

As part of a wide-ranging agreement filed in a Travis County state court last week, the settlement requires Aetna to prevent the company’s financial incentives to doctors from affecting a patient’s quality of care.

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