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Brief • May 19, 2017
Filed under: MHM Inc., Corizon, Staffing, Suicides
Braggs v. Dunn, AL, Interim Agreement, Systemic Medical Neglect, 2017 Case 2:14-cv-00601-MHT-TFM Document 1102-1 Filed 01/12/17 Page 1 of 5 Interim Agreement Regarding Suicide Prevention Measures As an interim agreement (the “Agreement”) resolving the issues regarding suicide prevention measures raised in Plaintiffs’ Motion for Temporary Restraining Order (Doc. No. 1075), ...
Brief • May 19, 2017
New Mexico Foundation for Open Government v. Corizon Health, NM, Petition Exhibits, Records Request, 2016 EXHIBIT j I 11.5 Cold Ave. SW, Suite 201 Albuquerque, Ntv1 87102 EXECUTIVE COMMIITEE Gregory P. Williams President Kathi Bearden Immediate Past President Martin Salazar President-Elect Billie Blair Secretary Carl M. Baldwin Treasurer Daniel Yohalem ...
Brief • May 19, 2017
New Mexico Foundation for Open Government v. Corizon Health, NM, Petition, Records Request, 2016 FILED IN MY OFFICE DISTRICT COURT CLERK 7/18/2016 5:15:38 PM STEPHEN T. PACHECO Ginger Sloan D-101-CV-2016-01742 Case assigned to Ortiz, Raymond Z. members throughout New Mexico. 2. Petitioner Santa Fe New Mexican ("SFNM") is a newspaper ...
Brief • May 19, 2017
New Mexico Foundation for Open Government v. Corizon Health, NM, Answer to Petition, Records Request, 2016 FILED IN MY OFFICE DISTRICT COURT CLERK 8/15/20161:27:11 PM STEPHEN T. PACHECO Bernadette Hernandez STATE OF NEW MEXICO COUNTY OF SANTA FE FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT NEW MEXICO FOUNDATION FOR OPEN GOVERNMENT, SANTA FE NEW ...
Brief • May 19, 2017
New Mexico Foundation for Open Government v. Corizon Health, NM, Mot for Stay of Order, Records Request, 2016 FILED IN MY OFFICE DISTRICT COURT CLERK 8/22/2016 5:27:01 PM STEPHEN T. PACHECO Jorge Montes STATE OF NEW MEXICO COUNTY OF SANTA FE FIRST JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT NEW MEXICO FOUNDATION FOR OPEN ...
Article • May 5, 2017 • from PLN May, 2017
Reform Advocates Applaud Expiration of CoreCivic Contract in D.C. by At midnight on January 31, 2017, a welcome change came to the District of Columbia’s jail system with the expiration of the District’s 20-year contract with CoreCivic – formerly known as Corrections Corporation of America – to operate the Correctional ...
Brief • May 4, 2017
Rodriguez v. State of New Jersey, NJ, Amended Complaint, Wrongful Death Tooth Infection, 2014 Case 1:14-cv-03729-RMB-KMW Document 3 Filed 06/16/14 Page 1 of 27 PageID: 127 CIVIL COVER SHEET JS44 (Rev. 12112) The JS 44 civil cover sheet and the information contained herein _neither replace nor s upplement the fil.ing ...
Florida Prisoner Deaths Spike with Privatized Prisoner Health Care by David M. Reutter by David M. Reutter With the advent of privatized prisoner health care in Florida, a spike in deaths has hit levels not seen in 10 years. Yet, privatization remains popular with Gov. Rick Scott, the former CEO ...
California Sheriff’s Largest Campaign Donors include Corizon and Aramark by Greg Dober by Greg Dober  In Alameda County, California, Corizon Correctional Healthcare is facing questions regarding campaign contributions to County Sheriff Greg Ahern.  While investigating two inmate deaths at Santa Rita jail, in Alameda County, television station, KTVU-2 uncovered public ...
Article • March 27, 2017
Filed under: Corizon, Medication, Hepatitis
The Class Action Cure by Mike Mosedale by Mike Mosedale, Minnesota Lawyer Among the peculiar ironies about the intersection of medicine, public policy and the law in contemporary American life, not many are weirder than the fact that only one segment of the nation’s population –and a largely reviled one, at ...
New York Counties, Corizon Reach $1.85 Million Settlement in Detainee’s Death by Two New York counties agreed to pay $1.85 million to settle a lawsuit over the July 2011 death of detainee Irene Bamenga while she was under the care of private medical contractor Corizon Health. Bamenga, a French citizen, ...
Some Lawsuits Resolved Against New Mexico Prison Doctor, Others Still Pending by Christopher Zoukis Since 2013, former New Mexico prison doctor Mark E. Walden, nicknamed “Dr. Fingers,” has faced allegations that he sexually abused a number of state prisoners. As a result of the alleged sexual assaults, he has been ...
Prisoner Deaths, Labor Conflicts Precipitate Loss of CA County Corizon Contract by Derek Gilna In August 2016, the Alameda County, California Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to end its ties with Corizon Health, Inc., and awarded a contract for county jail medical services to California Forensic Medical Group (CFMG). The ...
Michigan: Corizon Audit Finds Deficiencies, State Extends and Expands Contract Anyway by A performance audit of the Michigan Department of Corrections’ (MDOC) contract with Corizon Health for the provision of prison medical, dental and optical services uncovered a number of deficiencies. Among other issues, the Michigan Office of the Auditor ...
Corizon Faces Suit for Failing to Administer Tube Feedings to Pennsylvania Prisoner by Christopher Wallace, 30, was arrested on February 12, 2015 on charges of robbing two banks. According to his attorney, Wallace committed the crimes in a desperate attempt to secure funds to pay for feeding tubes he required ...
Corizon, CCA Settle Lawsuit Over Solitary Confinement of Elderly Woman by Matthew Clarke Corizon Health and for-profit prison firm Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) have settled a lawsuit over the solitary confinement of a then-70-year-old prisoner following an alleged false positive drug test caused by Zantac, a heartburn medication. Carol ...
Corizon Sued Over Death of Prisoner in St. Louis Jail by Matthew Clarke The St. Louis Lawyer's Group is helping the family of a man who died five days after arriving at the St. Louis Justice Center sue the jail's private medical services provider, Corizon. The suit alleges denial of ...
Mentally Ill Oregon Prisoner’s Wrongful Death Suit Settles for $7.4 Million by Mark Wilson The family of a mentally ill Oregon prisoner who died due to complications from an untreated broken neck received $7.4 million to settle their claims. In 2012, the Lane County Jail (LCJ) in Eugene, Oregon entered ...
Minnesota's 'Million-Dollar Prisoners' Become Scapegoats in Tough Economy by Weathered old-timers often postulate that incarceration preserves the human body. Absent the stresses of life on the street—no bills to pay, no job to grind, no imbibing hard booze or drugs—the body heals, even reverses course, and rests peacefully until their ...
Deaths at Louisville Jail Prompt Investigations, Corizon Changes by Five of eight prisoner deaths since 2011 at the Metro Corrections jail in Louisville, Ky., are currently under investigation, all of them involving allegations against private healthcare contractor Corizon Inc. that it pro­vides inadequate treatment to maintain its revenues. Investigations into ...
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