Kaiser Permanente should be prepared for increased scrutiny of its premiums and health spending priorities for public employees after a report Tuesday that showed it was easily the least efficient of the health insurers that contract with the Public Employees Benefit Board.
Andrew McCulloch, President of Kaiser Permanente Hospitals and Health Plan of The Northwest since 2006, announced his retirement effective July 2017.
Under McCulloch’s leadership, Kaiser Permanente has achieved market leadership, in quality, service and affordability including:
PORTLAND, Ore. (Dec.20, 2016) — The Hispanic Risk Model is the first breast cancer model based exclusively on data from Hispanic women.
Harder-nosed negotiations between the Public Employees Benefit Board and its insurers should allow the health plan for state workers and university employees to meet the budget limits set by the Legislature for the 2015-2017 biennium.
PORTLAND, Ore. — Battle Ground residents will soon have the option of seeing a Kaiser Permanente physician closer to home. Kaiser Permanente is opening a Battle Ground neighborhood medical office at 720 W. Main Street this spring.
As the lawsuit against Kaiser Permanente’s executive medical director, drags on, the health system appears to have lost a department chief who sided with Dr. Jeffrey Weisz.