The Medical Quality Assurance Commission said Dr. Johnny Delashaw had intimidated subordinates and put patient care at risk.
Lawmakers have been moving forward with two bills that would address issues of nurse staffing levels, overtime and rest breaks.
In a message to the community, Dr. Rod Hochman writes: “You deserved better from us — and from me.”
Swedish CEO Guy Hudson wrote in a memo to staff members Wednesday that the U.S. Attorney’s Office is now among the agencies reviewing practices at...
‘It’s a new day at Swedish’: Interim CEO apologizes to staff for leadership lapses | Quantity of Care
Swedish Health’s interim CEO Guy Hudson spoke with The Seattle Times on Friday about issues raised in a Times investigation and where Swedish is headed...
As the mother of a daughter who died needlessly, I have earned, in the worst way possible, the right to demand that patients be heard.
Dr. Johnny Delashaw resigned less than three weeks after he was prominently featured in a Seattle Times investigation.
Swedish Health Services CEO Tony Armada has resigned, days after a Seattle Times investigation examined turmoil and troubles inside Swedish’s premier neurosurgery institute.
The probe was launched days after a Seattle Times report uncovered wide-ranging concerns about patient care at the facility.
Our reporters answer questions about The Times' "Quantity of Care" investigation into business practices in the health-care industry.
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