EMT pleads guilty to posting photo of strangled woman on Facebook; Kaiser Permanente names Bernard Tyson president;

> A former emergency medical technician pleaded guilty to misconduct charges, Associated Press reports. In March 2009 during an emergency call in Staten Island, he took a picture of a woman who had been strangled to death and then posted the image on a Facebook. Under the plea agreement, he must do 200 hours of community service and never work as an EMT again. Article

>  Kaiser Permanente has named executive vice president Bernard Tyson its next president and chief operating officer, San Francisco Business Times reports. Article

> Akron General Medical Center has named Alan Papa president effective Jan. 31, MedCity News reports. Article

> Ken Beverly, former CEO of Archbold Memorial Hospital in Thomasville, Ga.,  has been convicted on six counts of Medicaid fraud, BainbridgeGa.com reports. The counts include conspiracy to falsify records, faking records, obstructing justice and misleading statements. Article

> Most pediatric hospitals lack basic electronic health record systems, FierceEMR reports. FierceEMR

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