New analysis of federal data links HCA hospital staffing levels, which lag national average by 30%, to extreme worker burnout, patient care failures. Under-resourcing may boost HCA profits and corporate payouts by billions per year, while driving down standards for care.
Federal regulatory complaint against America’s largest for-profit hospital corporation comes six months after report revealed that HCA may be unnecessarily admitting patients from hospital ERs, potentially putting shareholders at grave risk
Frontline Healthcare Workers Urged Shareholders to VOTE YES FOR POLITICAL AND LOBBYING TRANSPARENCY, Resolutions #4 and # SEIU Members Working at HCA Hospitals Raise Concerns About HCA’s Contributions to Florida Gov. Ron Desantis,Others Who Block Access To Health Coverage, Limit Voting Rights As Potential Medicare Fraud Concerns Grow, HCA Workers Urge More Disclosure on Attempts… Continue reading At HCA Shareholder Meeting, Nurses, Other Workers Call for Transparency Into Political Spending by Nation’s Largest Hospital Corporation