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    Health Systems and Kaiser Permanente. Both organizations are at the larger end of the spectrum in their respective business classification. Each organizational foundation presents strengths and weaknesses from a patient, provider, administrator and third party payer’s perspective. In identifying the weaknesses there is opportunity for improvement from both providers identified. Some of the main identified strengths…

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    The first reading detailed the leadership succession management strategy at Kaiser Permanente in Colorado Region. The company is the nation’s largest not-for-profit health insurance plan. An internal survey found gaps in the leadership development and recruitment, the case study provides the processes they utilized to rectify this issue. They utilized the leadership review process to identify individuals with leadership potential. The executives at Kaiser Permanente were in charge of…

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    visited was Kaiser Permanente. Kaiser has a very interesting history that has guided the HMO (Health Maintenance Organization) to where they are today. They started in the early 1930’s, providing health care for construction workers on the Colorado River Aqueduct Project. Dr. Sidney Garfield provided care for injured and sick workers and while the employees were being taken care of, Dr. Garfield was losing money. They convinced the workers to pay a small amount of their paychecks to Dr. Garfield…

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    equality management concepts have historically been associated with mere legal compliance; the concept has advanced from Affirmative Action and Equal Employment Opportunity to assume the view of a competitive resource for organizations above and beyond traditional high performance work systems.” (Richard, 2013) Therefore, when workplace diversity is clearly defined, it can assist in the buy-in at every level to build the support within the organization to create an organizational diversity plan…

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    purposes. The overall ability for Kaiser Permanente to rein-invest in their infrastructure gives them a big advantage over Community Health Systems, especially in the healthcare industry. The healthcare industry alone faces rapid change sparked by the Affordable Care Act and many newly introduced regulations. With much more…

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    Kaiser Permanente (KP) is recognized as one of America’s leading health care providers and not-for-profit health plans. KP currently serves more than 10 million members in eight states and the District of Columbia. Kaiser Permanente was founded in 1945 with the mission to provide high-quality and affordable health care to its members and the communities they serve. As an organization, Kaiser Permanente consists of multiple legal entities operating as one company: Permanente Medical Group, Kaiser…

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    and in the era of the Internet, consumers know where to look to get the services that meet their individual needs. Therefore, exploring and analyzing these advantages and disadvantages organizations can measure the effectiveness of their strategies. Kaiser Permanente is recognized as one of America’s leading health care providers and not-for-profit health plans (KP, 2016a). They serve more than 10 million members in nine states and the District of Columbia (KP, 2016a). Kaiser Permanente…

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    The author was given this assignment to determine the key characteristics of the users of the products and/or services of the chosen health care provider Kaiser Permanente. Secondly, to analyze the competitive environment. Thirdly, to determine which tools of the marketing mix is available and would be most effective. Fourthly, to determine the best possible pricing strategy for at least one of the products or services offered. Lastly, to provide at least three (3) qualified sources to support…

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    In addition, a Kaiser Permanente Hazard Vulnerability Analysis (HVA) tool was used. The HVA tool complies hazards and the risks associated with each of them into a chart which helps to prioritize hazard mitigation planning (California Hospital Association, 2017). The results from the University Hospital HVA can be found at the end of this report. Determining Severity In order to determine the probability and severity of hazardous vulnerabilities, most likely to occur, at University Hospital, I…

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    The group observed and analyzed was held at Kaiser Permanente, Psychiatry Department. The Intensive outpatient program (IOP) is held three times a week and each session is three hours. The purpose of the IOP program is for group members to explore and resolve their problems. Kaiser endorsed their mission is: “to provide high-quality, affordable health care services and to improve the health of our members” and the IOP’s purpose clearly addresses this mission statement. This is Kaiser’s most…

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