Health care insurer Aetna reached a settlement with New York State  over claims the company revealed the HIV status of approximately 2,460 New York members through a mailing in July 2017 in which the envelopes’ oversize transparent address window revealed text confirming the members’ HIV status. The attorney general’s office says Aetna will pay a $1.15 million civil penalty along with improving operating procedures with regard to privacy protections of personal health information and personally identifiable information in mailings.