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legalstuff.kaiserpapers.org STATE OF MARYLAND, THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA AND NORTHERN VIRGINIA PUBLIC LAW SUITS KAISER PERMANENTE Filed Oct 11, 2011 Carrie Harris-Muller sued Kaiser in Alameda County Superior Court in October 2011. Harris-Muller claimed she had been fired for protesting that the nonprofit foundation was funneling money to related for-profit Kaiser entities for the Maryland Region, rather than focusing on care and services to the community, as required by its tax-exempt status.
Kaiser self reports 499,000 members in the
District of Columbia, Maryland and Northern Virginia
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Family: Death from drug allergy was preventable
Daily Record Legal Affairs WriterNovember 29, 2007 6:52 PM
The family of a Temple Hills woman who suffocated after receiving an antibiotic at a Kaiser Permanente facility has filed a claim against her doctor
and health plan, alleging they failed to recognize and treat her allergic reaction to the drug.
....... Lodowski said the case is the worst his medical expert has seen in 20 years.
CL00000157-00 Defendant: KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTH PLAN Plaintiff: FARROW, CALVIN; JR. Purged After 3 Years
CL00000364-00 Defendant: KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTH PLAN Plaintiff: FUENTES, ABERSIO Trial Jury
DEAN KEVIN LURIE, M.D. Vs. Kaiser Permanente - Mid-Atlantic Filed 2006
Dr. Lurie repeatedly attempted to raise the quality of care standards within the Mid-Atlantic Kaiser Permanente system. In retaliation he was accused of padding his time records. A age discrimination suit has followed his sudden termination by the Permanente with charges of padding his time. He had served the Kaiser patient population for nearly 17 years. Since leaving the Permanente Group, said Group has consistently interfered with Dr. Lurie's private practice in an attempt of further employment retaliation.
MARY H. NICHOLS OPINION v. Record No. 981388 April 16, 1999
KAISER FOUNDATION HEALTH PLAN
In this action for damages, the plaintiff alleged that while being seen by a Kaiser physician in April 1995 for respiratory disease she was given a prescription for medrol, a steroid medication. The plaintiff further alleged that the prescription was filled at Kaiser's pharmacy at Falls Church and refilled at Kaiser's pharmacy at Reston during that month. She also alleged that, without her knowledge, the pharmacies negligently provided the wrong medication, namely dexamethasone, a steroid five times more potent than medrol. The plaintiff further alleged that in May 1995 she discontinued taking the wrong medication and resumed taking the correct medication. Thereafter, plaintiff alleged, she was treated by Kaiser's physicians in an effort to relieve the pronounced side effects she suffered from taking the wrong medication.
Stephanie A. Strass v. Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Mid-Atlantic
Description: Breach of Contract - Wrongful Termination - Human Rights Act - Employment - This case involves claims of breach of contract and wrongful termination of employment under the District of Columbia Human Rights Act, D.C. Code § 1-2512 (a)(1) (1992) (Human Rights Act or the Act), which prohibits an employer from discharging an employee for discriminatory reasons, including physical handicap. After being terminated from her employment, plaintiff, Stephanie Strass, sued her former employer, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of the Mid-Atlantic States, Inc. (Kaiser), alleging that her employment had been terminated because of her physical handicap, hypertension, in violation of the Human Rights Act and contract of employment.
Outcome: The jury returned a verdict in favor of Strauss in the total amount of $525,047.00. The trial court set aside the verdict and granted judgment as a matter of law to Kaiser on both the breach of contract claim and violation of the Human Rights Act. The trial court concluded that Strass failed to prove that her physical condition could be accommodated reasonably.
http://legalstuff.kaiserpapers.org/strass.htmlOtt v. Kaiser Georgetown Health Plan, 309 Md. 641, 526 A.2d 46 (1987), Medical malpractice claimant, who rejects arbitration award, must file notice of action and complaint to nullify in same court.
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