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Total health is about making healthy choices. Making tomorrow better than today. Being the best you — in mind, body, and spirit — at every age. Mental health and wellness. Your mind and body are connected. We help you take care of both. Learn more. Food for health. Eating healthy never tasted so good.

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We’re transforming health and health care – find out how …

Providing high-quality, affordable health care services and improving the health of our members and the communities we serve. Learn more. Be the best you — at every age. Information and inspiration to help you make healthy choices. Learn more . Health tips. Learn the latest ways to live your healthiest life.

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What the Pandemic Taught Us About Public Health

Since early 2020, we’ve been living through the most consequential public health emergency in a century. With millions of deaths worldwide, continued uncertainty and unease, and ongoing disruptions to our daily lives, many people are exhausted and ready to declare the COVID-19 pandemic over. The difficult reality to accept is that it’s not.

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2021 Annual Report Kaiser Permanente

During 2021 we administered 9.4 million COVID-19 diagnostic tests and cared for 808,000 patients with COVID-19, including 62,500 who required hospitalization. Kaiser Permanente was among the first health care organizations to administer vaccinations when the COVID-19 vaccines became available at the end of 2020.

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Healthy neighborhoods Kaiser Permanente

Community health initiatives for Healthy Eating Active Living. Kaiser Permanente has long recognized the connection between health and place. We understand that maintaining good health is easier when people are surrounded by healthy options in their schools, workplaces, and neighborhoods. We also recognize that building healthy surroundings for

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Improving School Health Kaiser Permanente

808-343-2406 (mobile) HONOLULU — Kaiser Permanente in Hawaii has awarded Alliance for a Healthier Generation a $60,000 grant to improve the health and well-being of students, staff, teachers, and families in under-resourced school districts. The grant will allow Alliance for a Healthier Generation to assess the unique needs of the schools it

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Kaiser Foundation Health Plan and Hospitals Q2 2022 …

Financial results. For the quarter ending June 30, 2022, Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc., Kaiser Foundation Hospitals, and their subsidiaries (KFHP/H) reported total operating revenues of $23.5 billion and total operating expenses of $23.4 billion, compared to total operating revenues of $23.7 billion and total operating expenses of $23.3 billion in the same …

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Contact us Kaiser Permanente

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Tackling Climate Change to Drive Health and Health Equity

Kaiser Permanente, the nation’s largest integrated, nonprofit health care organization and in 2020 the first U.S. health care organization to achieve certified carbon neutral status, is committing to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions by 50% by 2030 and aiming to reach net-zero emissions by 2050. As part of reaching net zero, Kaiser Permanente has joined …

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Thriving — in learning and in health Kaiser Permanente

As part of our ongoing commitment to improving the health of students and teachers, Kaiser Permanente's Thriving Schools program partners with Healthier Generation to bring wellness resources and training to the San Diego Unified School District, helping to ensure that teachers, staff, and students have the support they need to thrive — in learning and health.

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Increased health care use among patients after COVID-19

626-405-2652. PASADENA, Calif. — A study led by Kaiser Permanente in Southern California of patients from 8 health care organizations across the United States showed that COVID-19 was associated with a 4% increase in use of health care services over the 6 months after initial infection. The study was published August 8, 2022, in JAMA Network

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Our response to DMHC survey of behavioral health services

The national shortage of mental health clinicians was a crisis before the pandemic, and has further strained an already stressed mental health care system and its limited number of caregivers. Across the United States, mental health experts have reported the demand for mental health services has increased as much as 30% since the beginning of

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Kaiser Foundation Health Plan and Hospitals Report 2021 Financial

OAKLAND, Calif. — Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc., Kaiser Foundation Hospitals, and their respective subsidiaries (KFHP/H) reported 2021 annual financial results. Total operating revenues for 2021 were $93.1 billion compared to $88.7 billion in 2020. Total operating expenses were $92.5 billion compared to $86.5 billion in the prior year.

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Preserving Affordable Health Care Coverage for Millions

The Inflation Reduction Act represents critical action to ensure that affordable health care coverage will continue for millions of Americans. It includes important provisions, and Kaiser Permanente is greatly encouraged by the progress made with this legislation. Expanded subsidies introduced in response to the COVID-19 pandemic have proven

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Lifestyle coaching lowers blood pressure in Black adults

415-265-2418. Lauren Davitt. [email protected] 212-886-2228. OAKLAND, Calif. — Culturally tailored lifestyle coaching can help Black adults with hypertension improve their blood pressure control, new Kaiser Permanente research shows. Improving blood pressure control is key to reducing risk for stroke, heart attack, and other

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Promoting Social-Emotional Health of Staff and Students

808-432-5916. 808-343-2406 (mobile) HONOLULU — Kaiser Permanente has awarded Mental Health America of Hawai‘i a $50,000 grant to fund its RISE Extender Program. Through the program, MHAH staff will complete the RISE, or Resilience in School Environments, Index at 3 participating schools in Honolulu County.

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Collaborative care for serious mental health conditions

An innovative telehealth program at Kaiser Permanente in Northern California gives patients with serious mental health conditions direct access to psychiatric clinical pharmacists. Psychiatrists continue to oversee the care of their patients and partner with the clinical pharmacists, who join the collaborative care team and act as care

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The Crisis of Youth Mental Health in America

A young Native American woman feels so isolated she contemplates suicide. A 14-year-old boy is plagued by intrusive thoughts and withdraws into his own world. A transgender teen experiences periods of profound joylessness and substance misuse. There’s a growing mental health crisis among American children, teens, and young adults.

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Helping Community Members Access Nutritious Meals

Responding to food insecurity. Food for Life is a comprehensive approach by Kaiser Permanente to strategically partner with local community organizations to positively transform economic, social, and policy environments that will enable people in need to have access to affordable, healthy food. A current 2-year, $90,000 grant from Kaiser

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Reducing Your Risk Of Dementia Kaiser Permanente

What are some healthy lifestyle changes that may lower your risk of dementia? There are a variety of simple, everyday ways to lower risk. Increase physical activity to improve cardiac health and blood flow to the brain. Eat more vegetables, fruits, and whole grains to keep blood sugar levels in check. Take time to socialize and stay connected.

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