Permanente Medicine Quality Leader Recognized for Contributions to Health Care Quality Improvement Permanente physician leader Michael Kanter, MD, received Monday the 19th Annual Donabedian Award from the American Public Health Association (APHA) for his exemplary leadership in reducing diagnostic errors…
Kaiser Permanente is recognized among the nation’s best for overall treatment, prevention, and patient experience by the National Committee for Quality Assurance 2021 Health Plan Ratings.
The Permanente Federation chief information officer shares how the Permanente Medical Groups maintained their reputation for delivering high-quality outcomes during the pandemic thanks to technology, a person-centered focus, and integrated care delivery.
As chief quality officer at The Permanente Federation, Nancy Gin, MD, feeds her passion to improve the quality of care for all Kaiser Permanente members and patients.
The organization is the highest performing in dozens of care and treatment measures in the NCQA’s annual Quality Compass report.
For 11 consecutive years, the organization’s two California plans received high scores from California’s Office of the Patient Advocate.
Kaiser Permanente Mid-Atlantic States is the only health care entity in the nation to receive a 5.0, the highest score possible.
The case study described the process taken in Kaiser Permanente Southern California to standardize the HEART score algorithm to assess patients with possible acute coronary syndrome (ACS)
For the eighth consecutive year, Kaiser Permanente receives high scores from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services in its Medicare star quality ratings.
Six plans earn highest ratings in Health Insurance Plan Ratings for 2017-18.