Why has Kaiser Permanente paid 6,000,000 dollars to prevent physicians from taking routine drug tests and other things that decent people would want to have done? California Proposition 46 calls for random drug and alcohol testing of doctors, revising the medical malpractice caps to adjust for inflation, and will require doctors to check the CURES database - the statewide prescription history database before prescribing addictive painkillers such as Vicodin or Oxycontin for the first time to a patient.
Why would Kaiser do this?
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Kaiser and to help the current patient avoid the great suffering that
others have already endured because they trusted that all medical
professionals actually care about the patient.
Hemophiliacs: Kaiser Permanente Will Let You Die. - June 2014
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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.
The Kaiser Papers offers personal accounts, allegations, news, links and suggestions for people to obtain information and assistance when they are navigating the health care system.
This web site is about Defensive Patient Advocacy. How to avoid problems and some things that can be done to stop problems.
Almost 100% of errors in this system turn out to be done or to have happened for more money. That is the primary problem with this system.
They have so many tiers of bonuses that can be gamed and are gamed at patient expense that the program just
doesn't work for anything other than bumps and bruises, bandages and fixing broken bones.
Anything else and you stand a chance of being on your own.
Even though there are many written laws to protect the patients, the purchasers and users of health care and with actual punishments attached to them for the offenders; if the laws are never enforced they are not really laws at all. So while what Kaiser does may be illegal by the books it isn't going to do you much good at all because no one is enforcing the law.
Their goal is to make money and they are very good at doing so, often at the detriment of the patient who often does
not receive needed care or is outright ignored.
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