Kaiser Permanente to pay $49 million after California investigators found body parts in dumpsters - The Sacramento Bee | Agents of Behemoth | Scoop.it

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Kaiser Permanente agreed to a $49 million settlement this month after state and local law enforcement found the health care giant disposed of confidential patient information, hazardous waste and medical waste including blood and body parts in regular trash streams. “We saw bodily fluids and body parts that should not have been in the public waste stream,” California Attorney General Rob Bonta said at a news conference Friday.