Authorities are investigating a medication error that led to the death of a baby at Kaiser's Santa Clara hospital. The article cites three medication error deaths at Kaiser Santa Clara since 2004 - this number seems low to me, so I'm wondering what Kaiser does to re-catagorize other deaths. Here's another article.
To give an example of how far Kaiser is willing to go, check out the case of Lehna Jordann Brewer, in which Kaiser pursues evidence manipulation and cover ups galore. Lehna's father recently spoke out about Kaiser's HealthConnect debacle - the L.A. Times article mentions problems caused by outages in the Neonatal ICU.
In other news, Kaiser is dumping Martinez for the more upscale suburbs of Walnut Creek and Antioch. Kaiser's Modesto project is waiting on a full deployment of HealthConnect. That's going to be a loooong wait - lol. The California Deptartment of Managed Health Care still claims to be investigating the problems with Kaiser's EMR.
Kaiser Thrive has also posted a visual aid for Kaiser nepotism. Among the many complaints about Kaiser HR is they look the other way as high level managers hire their friends and family.
ROTFLMAO: For some unexplained reason, Kaiser has rejected my application for Culture Change Leader. :D