This web section provides documentation of medical personnel, including physicians that have been found in a civil court of law to have repeatedly caused the death of patients or brought them great harm. These medical people did this for personal financial gain and to increase corporate revenues. That is fact. They did little to help patients. Nearly all of these individuals are reported to have pleasing, trustworthy personalities which they used to lull the patient and their families into a sense of false security.
This is about the individuals
Dennis Kane and
The three corporations involved, Kaiser Health Plan, Kaiser Hospitals and the Permanente Medical Group, all benefited financially from these individuals actions and did their best to keep quiet the wrongdoing. In the case of Dennis Kane who has court involvement with Covenant Health Care, Kaiser hired him during the proceedings. They knew that he had a history of harming patients when he was hired.
The three corporations also are very embarrassed that these factual stories have become public knowledge. They haven’t done much to change their pattern of behavior but they are truly embarrassed that they have been caught.
Three of the listed below individuals also have lengthy medical board reports confirming the above statements. Two have left a trail through various states and one to another country showing the continuous pattern of condoned or encouraged behavior for corporate financial gain.
When enough members of the public brought this negligent conduct to the attention of the authorities, these three corporations in writing did assist in arranging for their employment in other parts of this country and in foreign countries. The corporations wanted to quietly have the “problem” removed from California and Oregon.
In one case, Kaiser simply promoted the individual rather than arranging a relocation. In yet another case, after the matters were brought to the authorities the individual was also suddenly promoted. That individual also openly bragged about his killing of patients for financial gain both personal and for the benefit of the corporations.
It is highly unlikely in the Jayant Patel case that any member of the Permanente or Kaiser entities staff did not have knowledge of the numerous medical negligence/malpractice lawsuits and government actions that had been taken against him prior to their producing glowing letters of recommendation for him. It is recognized in documents that in the McEnany case a large group of medical professionals were very aware of his actions. The same for Sunil J. Patel. Kane is also known for having a similar pattern but did not hold such a position of authority within the corporations. Perhaps that is why the Kaiser corporations did not go to the trouble to relocate him to another state or country.
It is also shown in court documents that Kaiser and Permanente staff did have prior knowledge of Dr. McEnany’s medical negligence and malpractice prior to sending him off to Wisconsin with glowing letters of recommendation.
This is corporate reckless conduct because the behavior was knowingly condoned without regard to the well-being of anyone who might fall under their medical care.
The most obvious common denominators with these men are that they oversaw and treated the patients that required the most expensive and long term medical care. Those patients were a drain on the three corporations pocketbooks.
Further detailed information regarding these four you will be able to read in this section of The Kaiser Papers by clicking on their names found above in this writing.