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Kaiser to cut 860 IT jobs  Kaiser Permanente is under a realignment that includes a $500 million deal giving IBM management duties at medical records data centers Kaiser Foundation loses $794 million  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 investments SEIU takes over Oakland health care union  United Healthcare Workers-West, the fastest-growing health care union in the nation, was taken over by its parent union Health care workers plan vote on split  Members of union representing health care workers plan to vote on splitting with their parent organization, SEIU Dozens laid off from Children's Hospital  A slumping economy and the state's budget crunch is being blamed for the abrupt layoff of 84 employees: doctors, nurses and clinical workers Kaiser, Microsoft test medical records tech  Kaiser Permanente and Microsoft announced a partnership that the 2 giants hope will push forward the effort to digitize medical records Nurses Strike For 2nd Time In 2 Months  5,000 of registered nurses at 13 Bay Area hospitals affiliated with Sutter Health plan walked off the job Record $3 million fine for Kaiser  State investigators found that the HMO did not adequately track patient complaints about treatment Kaiser Hospitals executive Thode retiring Kaiser income shoots up 37%  HMO attributed the gain to a reduction in workers' compensation and professional liability claims Kaiser Fined $2M For Transplant Program
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B. 2017-03-11 Oakland lands Blue Shield headquarters and 1,200 workers 601 City Center, Oakland Downtown
C. 2015-10-26 Oakland Children’s Hospital breaks ground for new center 52nd Street and Martin Luther King Jr, North Oakland
D. 2014-01-23 Benioff Children's Hospital and Children's Hospital Oakland UCSF
E. 2013-12-31 Children's Hospital Oakland takes legal action
F. 2011-05-09 Children Hospital nurses to return to work Oakland
2009-08-12 Kaiser Permanente Cutting 1,850 Jobs Oakland
H. 2009-03-17 Kaiser to cut 860 IT jobs Oakland
8. 2009-02-14 Kaiser Foundation loses $794 million Oakland
J. 2009-01-27 SEIU takes over Oakland health care union Oakland

Oakland Children’s Hospital breaks ground for new center   North Oakland: The symbolic construction kickoff for a new six-story outpatient center at the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland was a 90-minute affa... Benioff Children's Hospital and Children's Hospital Oakland  UCSF: A joining of forces 'brings together two leading Bay Area children's hospitals, strengthening their abilities to meet marketplace expectations'   Children's Hospital Oakland takes legal action    94609: Hospital has filed a motion opposing temporary restraining order Monday to keep Jahi McMath on a ventilator filed by McMath's family Children Hospital nurses to return to work  Registered nurses are expected to return to work following a 5-day strike that centered on disagreements over changes to health benefits Kaiser Permanente Cutting 1,850 Jobs
Oakland lands Blue Shield headquarters and 1,200 workers Map of 601 City Center Oakland


year 2017 Top ^

Mar.11
  Oakland Downtown: The nonprofit health plan will help it escape fast-rising office rents at its current location in San Francisco


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Oct.26


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Jan.23


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Dec.31


year 2011 Top ^

May.9


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Aug.12
  The cuts, due to the bad economy, total about 2 percent of the company's workforce, are across the board

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Jan.10


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Jul.2
Jun.9


year 2007 Top ^

Dec.13
Jul.27
Jan.27


year 2006 Top ^

Nov.8
Aug.10
  State regulators concluded the mismanagement of kidney transplant program endangered hundreds of patients
Jun.3 Pharmacists, Kaiser reach tentative pact  Kaiser Permanente in N. California and the union representing 1,300 pharmacists have reached a tentative agreement May.28 Kaiser Pharmacists to Strike  Some 1,200 pharmacists are calling on Kaiser to improve staffing levels at its 60 northern California pharmacies Feb.10 Alta Bates settles with service workers  Berkeley: Service employees reached a tentative contract agreement, bringing a two-year labor dispute close to an end

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Sep.30 Kaiser, unions have pact
  Labor organizations and Kaiser Permanente announced that a 5-year contract had won tentative approval Sep.13 Strikers Set Up Pickets At Hospitals
  Berkeley: Hospital employees at 3 California Pacific Medical Center campuses went on strike


year 2002 Top ^

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


year 2000 Top ^

Jul.4 5 doctors resign   5 anesthesiologists resign at Oakland's Highland Hospital over a new contract and allegations of racism




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  Children's Hospital Oakland takes legal action    94609: Hospital has filed a motion opposing temporary restraining order Monday to keep Jahi McMath on a ventilator filed by McMath's family Kaiser Fined $2M For Transplant Program




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  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  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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2007 Jan.27 Kaiser Hospitals executive Thode retiring 2002 Mar.7   Kaiser Permanente names new CEO
  George C. Halvorson will replace David Lawrence as chief executive officer of the nation's largest HMO




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2017 Mar.11 Oakland lands Blue Shield headquarters and 1,200 workers Map of 601 City Center Oakland
  Oakland Downtown: The nonprofit health plan will help it escape fast-rising office rents at its current location in San Francisco
2015 Oct.26 Oakland Children’s Hospital breaks ground for new center   North Oakland: The symbolic construction kickoff for a new six-story outpatient center at the UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital Oakland was a 90-minute affa... 2014 Jan.23 Benioff Children's Hospital and Children's Hospital Oakland
  UCSF: A joining of forces 'brings together two leading Bay Area children's hospitals, strengthening their abilities to meet marketplace expectations' 2009 Feb.14 Kaiser Foundation loses $794 million
  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 investments 2007 Jul.27 Record $3 million fine for Kaiser  State investigators found that the HMO did not adequately track patient complaints about treatment 2006 Nov.8 Kaiser income shoots up 37%  HMO attributed the gain to a reduction in workers' compensation and professional liability claims May.28 Kaiser Pharmacists to Strike  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  Labor organizations and Kaiser Permanente announced that a 5-year contract had won tentative approval 2000 Jul.4 5 doctors resign   5 anesthesiologists resign at Oakland's Highland Hospital over a new contract and allegations of racism



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2011 May.9 Children Hospital nurses to return to work  Registered nurses are expected to return to work following a 5-day strike that centered on disagreements over changes to health benefits 2009 Jan.27 SEIU takes over Oakland health care union  United Healthcare Workers-West, the fastest-growing health care union in the nation, was taken over by its parent union Jan.10 Health care workers plan vote on split  Members of union representing health care workers plan to vote on splitting with their parent organization, SEIU 2007 Dec.13 Nurses Strike For 2nd Time In 2 Months  5,000 of registered nurses at 13 Bay Area hospitals affiliated with Sutter Health plan walked off the job 2006 Jun.3 Pharmacists, Kaiser reach tentative pact  Kaiser Permanente in N. California and the union representing 1,300 pharmacists have reached a tentative agreement Feb.10 Alta Bates settles with service workers  Berkeley: Service employees reached a tentative contract agreement, bringing a two-year labor dispute close to an end 2005 Sep.13 Strikers Set Up Pickets At Hospitals
  Berkeley: Hospital employees at 3 California Pacific Medical Center campuses went on strike




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2009 Aug.12 Kaiser Permanente Cutting 1,850 Jobs
  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  Kaiser Permanente is under a realignment that includes a $500 million deal giving IBM management duties at medical records data centers 2008 Jul.2 Dozens laid off from Children's Hospital  A slumping economy and the state's budget crunch is being blamed for the abrupt layoff of 84 employees: doctors, nurses and clinical workers