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New Kaiser Permanente Colorado president looks to cut costs in 'challenging environment'

Facing $65 million in losses over the past three years, Kaiser Permanente Colorado, the state’s largest nonprofit health care plan, is undergoing changes that executives say will make the organization ... read more

State Highlights: 170 Medical Errors A Day Occur In Massachusetts, Costing $617 Million; N.H. Governor Looks To New Budget For Boost In Medicaid Funds

(Linnane, 6/7) Arizona Republic: Medical Marijuana Card Cost In Arizona Could Be Cut By Half Under Bill ... 4,000 mental health clinicians at Kaiser Permanente announced Sunday that its membership ... read more

Kaiser Permanente blames hospitals, “unfair business practices” for $65 million loss in Colorado in three years

Ron Vance, Kaiser’s new president ... care costs to a nearly unmatched hospital building boom “Medicare for all” or “catastrophic” coverage? The stark contrasts between Colorado’s gubernatorial ... read more

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As Kaiser model spreads, Kaiser itself looks to grow

Kaiser Permanente's northern expansion should come as little surprise ... will be the first under Tyson's leadership that takes the system into a new market, and Tyson says he has identified growth in ... read more


Kaiser Permanente Colorado lays off 200 as it looks to cut costs

Looking to cut costs after $65 million in losses over the past three years, Kaiser Permanente Colorado ... “It’s a challenging environment,” Vance said. Those comments spurred the Colorado Hospital ... read more

National Commission Looks to States to Contain Healthcare Costs

The Plainsboro-based Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, as well as Kaiser Permanente ... that health costs are also contributing to fiscal challenges in many state budgets. “Both the federal government ... read more

Kaiser blames 'unfair business practices' for $65M loss in Colorado in 3 years

Kaiser Permanente ... costs to our members or do we cover those costs? Historically, the vast majority of those costs we've chosen to cover and not pass on to our members, which has driven some of the ... read more

Kaiser Permanente Colorado in talks with unions over workforce needs following 2 rounds of layoffs in 6 months

In the wake of two rounds of layoffs that cost ... Kaiser Colorado employees, declined comment. Related Articles Kaiser Permanente blames hospitals, “unfair business practices” for $65 million loss in ... read more

Hawaiian Health Care Workers Push Back Against Health Care Giant Kaiser Permanente

Mary Ann Barnes, the newly arrived president ... new hires dependent on 401(k) coverage rather than a real pension, entitled “Kaiser Permanente, We're Not ‘Little Hawaii!’" As Kaiser worker and Local ... read more

Closing the Gap

“We have a challenge in making the numbers add up,” says Greg Raymond, regional vice president of Children’s in southern ... No Insurance: Kaiser Permanente Colorado is now trying to help nonprofit ... read more

Health Mergers, Alliances Pushed By Pressure To Cut Costs Are Just Beginning

[Business] Despite pending move of HQ to Boston, United Technologies chief executive Greg Hayes promises new ... Kaiser Permanente created a system that closely linked the insurer, doctors and ... read more

Kaiser Permanente to go carbon-neutral in 2020

Kaiser Permanente has put in place the final piece of a multi-year strategy that would allow it to significantly reduce its carbon footprint ... in 2016 as part of an overall plan to improve its ... read more



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