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Nurses and Kaiser reach contract deal, avert 2-day strike
Kaiser, mental health workers avert strike


year 2015 Top ^

Nov.15
  Kaiser and its mental health workers have reached a tentative contract settlement, averting a strike that had been planned
Jan.17
  The union that represents 18,000 nurses has reached a tentative contract with the medical provider and canceled a two-day strike



year 2014 Top ^

Nov.11
  Thousands of registered nurses walked off their jobs over inadequate safety precautions for Ebola, staffing cuts and stalled contract negotiations


year 2013 Top ^

Nov.11 Kaiser doctor sticks to schedule as he turns 100

year 2012 Top ^

Nov.5 Kaiser names Bernard Tyson as next CEO  Kaiser Foundation Hospitals and Health Plan has tapped its current president and COO, to become CEO of the health care organization Oct.4 Kaiser CEO George Halvorson to retire
  Chairman and CEO of Kaiser Permanente will retire in December of next year, giving the health care company more than a year to select his successor Jan.31 Kaiser Permanente workers in Calif go on strike
  Thousands of workers at Kaiser Permanente facilities have gone on strike over contract disputes involving mental health and optical employees

year 2011 Top ^

Sep.22 Thousands of nurses strike at 34 hospitals
  More than 23,000 nurses from Sutter and Kaiser hospitals are joining forces in a show of solidarity

year 2010 Top ^

Dec.11 Bernard Tyson named president of Kaiser  Kaiser Permanente has promoted Executive VP Bernard Tyson to president and chief operating officer of the Oakland health care giant Jan.12 Computer Medical Records Stolen  A computer drive containing 15,500 of patient records was stolen Dec. 1 from an employee's car

year 2009 Top ^

Dec.4 Kaiser to pay $3.75M in false billing case  Four Kaiser health care companies have agreed to pay $3.75 million to settle allegations they improperly billed for teaching physicians' ser... Aug.12 Kaiser Permanente Cutting 1,850 Jobs
  Oakland: The cuts, due to the bad economy, total about 2 percent of the company's workforce, are across the board
Apr.16 Kaiser to settle transplant claims  San Francisco: Kaiser Permanente has agreed to pay $1 million to 5 patients who allege the HMO mishandled kidney transplant program Mar.17 Kaiser to cut 860 IT jobs  Oakland: Kaiser Permanente is under a realignment that includes a $500 million deal giving IBM management duties at medical records data centers Feb.14 Kaiser Foundation loses $794 million  Oakland: Lost $794 million in 2008, compared with income of $2.2 billion in 2007, blaming on a decline in the financial markets that hurt its investm...

year 2008 Top ^

Jun.9 Kaiser, Microsoft test medical records tech  Oakland: Kaiser Permanente and Microsoft announced a partnership that the 2 giants hope will push forward the effort to digitize medical records

year 2007 Top ^

Jul.27 Record $3 million fine for Kaiser  Oakland: State investigators found that the HMO did not adequately track patient complaints about treatment Jan.27 Kaiser Hospitals executive Thode retiring. Oakland

year 2006 Top ^

Nov.8 Kaiser income shoots up 37%  Oakland: HMO attributed the gain to a reduction in workers' compensation and professional liability claims Aug.10 Kaiser Fined $2M For Transplant Program
  Oakland: State regulators concluded the mismanagement of kidney transplant program endangered hundreds of patients
Jun.3 Pharmacists, Kaiser reach tentative pact  Oakland: Kaiser Permanente in N. California and the union representing 1,300 pharmacists have reached a tentative agreement May.28 Kaiser Pharmacists to Strike  Oakland: Some 1,200 pharmacists are calling on Kaiser to improve staffing levels at its 60 northern California pharmacies

year 2005 Top ^

Sep.30 Kaiser, unions have pact  Oakland: Labor organizations and Kaiser Permanente announced that a 5-year contract had won tentative approval Mar.8 Kaiser posts 59% gain in net income. Oakland

year 2004 Top ^

Nov.16 Kaiser covers locked-out hotel workers
  San Francisco: Health care provider is agreeing to provide 2 months of medical coverage to 3,500 workers and their families

year 2002 Top ^

Mar.7   Kaiser Permanente names new CEO
  Oakland: George C. Halvorson will replace David Lawrence as chief executive officer of the nation's largest HMO




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Kaiser to settle transplant claims  San Francisco: Kaiser Permanente has agreed to pay $1 million to 5 patients who allege the HMO mishandled kidney transplant program Kaiser Fined $2M For Transplant Program




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  Oakland: State regulators concluded the mismanagement of kidney transplant program endangered hundreds of patients




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2008 Jun.9 Kaiser, Microsoft test medical records tech  Oakland: Kaiser Permanente and Microsoft announced a partnership that the 2 giants hope will push forward the effort to digitize medical records



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2012 Nov.5 Kaiser names Bernard Tyson as next CEO  Kaiser Foundation Hospitals and Health Plan has tapped its current president and COO, to become CEO of the health care organization Oct.4 Kaiser CEO George Halvorson to retire
  Chairman and CEO of Kaiser Permanente will retire in December of next year, giving the health care company more than a year to select his successor 2010 Dec.11 Bernard Tyson named president of Kaiser  Kaiser Permanente has promoted Executive VP Bernard Tyson to president and chief operating officer of the Oakland health care giant 2007 Jan.27 Kaiser Hospitals executive Thode retiring. Oakland 2002 Mar.7   Kaiser Permanente names new CEO
  Oakland: George C. Halvorson will replace David Lawrence as chief executive officer of the nation's largest HMO



Kaiser, Healthcare Business Healthcare Business Timeline ... See Bay Area Healthcare Business timeline, World Healthcare Business timeline Top ^
2013 Nov.11 Kaiser doctor sticks to schedule as he turns 100
2010 Jan.12 Computer Medical Records Stolen  A computer drive containing 15,500 of patient records was stolen Dec. 1 from an employee's car 2009 Dec.4 Kaiser to pay $3.75M in false billing case  Four Kaiser health care companies have agreed to pay $3.75 million to settle allegations they improperly billed for teaching physicians' ser... Feb.14 Kaiser Foundation loses $794 million  Oakland: Lost $794 million in 2008, compared with income of $2.2 billion in 2007, blaming on a decline in the financial markets that hurt its investm... 2007 Jul.27 Record $3 million fine for Kaiser  Oakland: State investigators found that the HMO did not adequately track patient complaints about treatment 2006 Nov.8 Kaiser income shoots up 37%  Oakland: HMO attributed the gain to a reduction in workers' compensation and professional liability claims May.28 Kaiser Pharmacists to Strike  Oakland: Some 1,200 pharmacists are calling on Kaiser to improve staffing levels at its 60 northern California pharmacies 2005 Sep.30 Kaiser, unions have pact  Oakland: Labor organizations and Kaiser Permanente announced that a 5-year contract had won tentative approval Mar.8 Kaiser posts 59% gain in net income. Oakland 2004 Nov.16 Kaiser covers locked-out hotel workers  San Francisco: Health care provider is agreeing to provide 2 months of medical coverage to 3,500 workers and their families



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2015 Nov.15 Kaiser, mental health workers avert strike
  Kaiser and its mental health workers have reached a tentative contract settlement, averting a strike that had been planned
Jan.17 Nurses and Kaiser reach contract deal, avert 2-day strike
  The union that represents 18,000 nurses has reached a tentative contract with the medical provider and canceled a two-day strike
2014 Nov.11 Kaiser nurses start 2-day strike
  Thousands of registered nurses walked off their jobs over inadequate safety precautions for Ebola, staffing cuts and stalled contract negotiations
2012 Jan.31 Kaiser Permanente workers in Calif go on strike
  Thousands of workers at Kaiser Permanente facilities have gone on strike over contract disputes involving mental health and optical employees 2011 Sep.22 Thousands of nurses strike at 34 hospitals
  More than 23,000 nurses from Sutter and Kaiser hospitals are joining forces in a show of solidarity 2006 Jun.3 Pharmacists, Kaiser reach tentative pact  Oakland: Kaiser Permanente in N. California and the union representing 1,300 pharmacists have reached a tentative agreement



Kaiser, Healthcare Business Job Cut Timeline ... See Bay Area Job Cut timeline, World Job Cut timeline Top ^
2009 Aug.12 Kaiser Permanente Cutting 1,850 Jobs
  Oakland: The cuts, due to the bad economy, total about 2 percent of the company's workforce, are across the board
Mar.17 Kaiser to cut 860 IT jobs
  Oakland: Kaiser Permanente is under a realignment that includes a $500 million deal giving IBM management duties at medical records data centers