The new health care
landscape

 
  • Shifting to a more consumer-focused marketplace
  • Millions gaining health insurance for the first time
  • Evolving care delivery
  • Advancing technology is improving quality and efficiency
  • Increasing competition
  • Declining federal reimbursements for health care providers
  • Changing payment models
 
 

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Right Care, Right Place, Right Time

Health care once delivered only in hospitals is often now available in other settings, such as in outpatient clinics, at home, through telemedicine, and physician visits via phone, email, and video.

 

Committed to Quality

Northern California Kaiser Permanente members




*Compared to non-Kaiser Permanente members

30% lower risk of dying from heart disease
10% lower risk of dying from cancer
40% lower risk of having a stroke
Since 2008: Sepsis Mortality down 50%, Hospital mortality down 40%
 
 

Building healthy communities

 

In 2015 in Northern California

 
$897

million

Invested in our communities

 
$14.3

million

of that total provided
in community grants and
sponsorships

 
 

Kaiser Permanente in Northern California

17,000 Nurses
Nearly 9,000 Physicians
68,000 Employees
 
4 Million Members
21 Medical Centers
3 State-of-the art, green-built medical centers opened in 2014

The KP Model

 

High quality, affordable care

Cutting-edge technology

 

Integrated delivery system

Evidence-based medicine

 

Our Mission

Provide high-quality, affordable health care services and improve the health of our members and the communities we serve.