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Company Overview of Kaiser Permanente Inc.
Kaiser Permanente Inc. is a healthcare organization that offers nonprofit healthcare plans for its members and their families. It offers preventive care, pregnancy center, allergy relief, health assessment, ease back pain, and symptom checker services, as well as member programs and classes. The company was formerly known as Permanente Health Plan and changed its name to Kaiser Permanente Inc. in 1951. Kaiser Permanente Inc. was founded in 1945 and is headquartered in Oakland, California. The company has locations in California; Colorado; Georgia; Hawaii; Maryland; Washington; Virginia; Ohio; Oregon; Largo, Florida; and Washington, D.C., as well as a medical center in Canada.
1 Kaiser Plaza
Oakland, CA 94612
Founded in 1945
Key Executives for Kaiser Permanente Inc.
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President
Executive Vice President, Group President and President of Southern California Region
Executive Vice President, President of Northern California Region and Group President
President of Permanente Medical Group and Executive Medical Director of Permanente Medical Group
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Kaiser Permanente Inc. Key Developments
Kaiser Permanente to Open New Medical Office Building in Frisco, Colorado
Jun 23 15
Kaiser Permanente has announced that it will open a new medical office building in Frisco, Colorado. The new Kaiser Permanente Frisco medical offices will be conveniently located in the Basecamp retail center at 226 Lusher Court - just off I-70 and Route 9. Construction has begun on the new facility which will open to Kaiser Permanente members in January 2016. The Frisco medical offices will offer a variety of health care services under one roof, including primary care, laboratory and routine medical imaging. This is the health plan's first medical office building in the Colorado mountain communities.
Kaiser Permanente Expands Services at Diamond Bar Medical Offices in California
Jun 22 15
Kaiser Permanente announced that it is expanding its existing services and offering new services at its medical offices at 1336 Bridge Gate Drive in Diamond Bar, California. Conveniently located at Gateway Center at the 57 and 60 freeways, the 34,000 square-foot, two-story expansion houses physicians and ancillary staff who speak a variety of different languages including English, Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Taiwanese and Vietnamese. Services include Pediatrics, Ob/Gyn, Behavioral Health, Optometry/Optical Dispensing and Vision Essentials. The building is attached to the existing medical offices that offer Family Medicine, Laboratory, Radiology and Pharmacy.
Kaiser Permanente and the Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions Reach Unique 3-Year Contract Agreement
Jun 6 15
Kaiser Permanente and the Coalition of Kaiser Permanente Unions have reached a tentative agreement in the private-sector contract talks in the United States 2015. The national contract will cover 105,000 unionized Kaiser Permanente health care workers in 28 local unions. The tentative agreement goes far beyond the traditional contract issues of wages and benefits, developing guidelines to assist unionized workers, managers and physicians as they work together to achieve affordability of care, prepare for jobs of the future and develop innovative solutions to health care challenges. The agreement also will enable 3,500 frontline teams to better deliver care and service to Kaiser Permanente's more than 10 million members and patients. The new three-year agreement includes: Wage increases in each year of the agreement, ranging from 2% to 4% depending on the region and the year of the agreement; Enhancements to benefits such as dental coverage, life insurance and tuition reimbursement; A long-term solution to preserve retiree medical benefits while reducing liabilities associated with those benefits; Additional funding to two educational trust funds to ensure career development for Kaiser Permanente's diverse workforce; New goals for 3,500 front-line teams; Worker engagement and participation in these teams has helped Kaiser Permanente garner recognition for clinical quality, patient safety and member satisfaction from organizations such as U.S. News and World Report and the National Committee for Quality Assurance; Updates to the groundbreaking Kaiser Permanente Total Health Incentive Plan, a voluntary program that encourages and empowers employees to make their own health a priority and builds a culture of workplace health. The program rewards employees for healthy behavior and provides incentives for collective improvement rather than singling out individual employees; Joint participation by the coalition unions in community health projects and volunteer work. Once ratified this summer by local unions and national Kaiser Permanente leadership, the contract will cover 105,000 union employees. They include 81,000 health care workers in California; 8,500 in Oregon and Washington; 5,000 in Colorado; 5,500 in Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia; 1,800 in Georgia; and 800 in Hawaii. The workers span hundreds of job classifications, from registered nurses and pharmacists, to maintenance and service workers.
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