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Banner Health Uses Legalese

Are you looking for employment? Are you good at doublespeak, legalese and articulating nothing? Banner may have a place for you. Banner Health’s spokespeople, when faced with legal allegations against them or having to explain “tricky situations” generally practice the art of persuasively articulating nothing. They use ambiguous language that is intended to deceive, confuse and delude making the truth less unpleasant. Do your own research, check out these cases on the Web and read what Banner Spokespeople had to say to the public. In the matter of: Banner Health has agreed to pay million to settle a lawsuit over its sale of a North Dakota hospital and five nursing homes Banner said, one “In a nut shell, we are very pleased”. In the matter of: Greeley hospital violates State Law “Banner declined to comment on the complaint” In the matter of: Patient almost rapped, then shot; Supreme Court No. S-10653/10673, No. 5799 SUPREME COURT OF ALASKA “Banner won’t comment on specific cases due to patient confidentiality” In the matter of: EEOC Disability Discrimination 5000.00 settlement “Banner Health spokesman Bill Byron said the company would not comment on ongoing litigation” In the matter of: Mom forced to have C-section, Page Arizona “Banner could not comment because of patient confidentiality laws” In the matter of: Whistle-blower exposing unsanitary operating conditions Bill Byron said, “However, because this situation is in litigation, we can provide no further comment

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