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The Kaiser Papers is not by Kaiser but is ABOUT Kaiser
Due to popular request here is the link for contacting George Halvorson:
Pearl - Great skin but - ethics questions?????
Kaiser Downey - built on top of a former contaminated NASA site rated as a current Super Fund site.
NOTICE: Kaiser is NOT listed as the Top Hospital, Health Care System, Teaching System, nor Top National Hospital
as per Thomson Reuters. Nor did they make any of the lists although they were part of the studies.
Read the Reports Here: http://www.100tophospitals.com/top-national-hospitals/
For those that question the reported Kaiser profits please view their IRS filings at: http://www2.guidestar.org - These reports are free to download and read.
Problems with ANY California ER, Emergency Room contact information.
1. This link is to the CA Dept of Public Health. They should be first contacted in all cases.
2. Medicare - Medicaid - Children's Health (CHIP) Issues Contact Information - This link is a pdf file.
Google Map of Mold Infested Buildings in the United States
This web site is about
Defensive Patient Advocacy. How to avoid problems and some
things that can be done to stop problems.
The KaiserPapers is an advocacy site opposed to several
medical and business practices of
According to Medicare -
Major teaching hospitals were [(found to be)bracketed statement not in
report] nearly 10 times as likely as other hospitals to be rated as
having high rates of serious complications.
Kaiser was originally created to make money and to save money for corporations by providing health services to employees that worked far from medical facilities. It served the same purpose as a "company store." The services were on site so employees and their families did not need to travel far from work to receive medical care. It was a good idea for all involved and was/is very profitable for Kaiser. It also was an easy way for a corporation to make money and consequently a way to grow greed amongst those that implemented the program. That greed is today systemic within the Kaiser system and regulatory agencies that in part receive funding from Kaiser as evidenced by the numerous published reports on this website.
Susan Kasperski explains what Kaiser has put her through.
She stresses that all patients not only have the right to
complain and discuss with others their health care issues but that if
you don't you may be the next victim and one that doesn't live to talk
Susan says that all patients should not be afraid to talk.
If you don't you just might not live. NEW: The Susan Kasperski Story - Kaiser Riverside and Fontana
Death Panel - A novel by Dan Lombard - Must reading if you have to use any HMO
Death Panel is a novel based on the true story of how one family experienced the pain of a late-diagnosed, fast-moving,
terminal blood cancer. Intertwined with the family's personal tragedy is the troubling story of the patient's delayed chemotherapy
treatment. This gives it the chilling color of a conspiracy, suggesting a desire by the health care provider to ensure a quick death
and treatment savings in the millions.
Kaiser should be ashamed for this one. Falsifying x-ray records to get out of treating patients, or overly cutting corners to the
detriment of patients: See: http://mauralarkins.com/kaiserurology.html
The Trina Coy Story - Must reading! Maybe you can help save this young mother's life: http://www.fightfortrina.com
Cancer Epidemic, Rodeo And The Kaiser Healthcare Plan
Trina Coy who grew up next to refineries in Rodeo, California talks about learning that this environment and the cancer
epidemic that is now affecting former neigbors are very much connected and affect thousands of people in the area.
She also discusses the failure to get proper treatment at the Kaiser Healthcare Plan and the struggle she is making to
survive this battle for her life. Kaiser and California and US government agencies are aware of this cancer epidemic but
have refused to declare a heatlhcare emergency to confront these systemic problems and educate and unite workers
and families who are affected directly by these dangers. The government has also refused to make these oil companies
pay for the cost of their pollution. Conoco has revenue of $98 billion a year. You can find out more about her case at :
www.fightfortrina.com A production of California Coalition For Workers Memorial Day www.workersmemorialday.org