Healthier Outcomes

At Kaiser Permanente we have one simple mission – to help people everywhere get the care and coverage they need.

Which is why we have a community of more than 22,000 doctors at our facilities nationwide committed to providing excellent care today, which leads to healthier tomorrows. From cancer and diabetes care to managing hypertension and mental health issues, the excellent care we provide leads to healthier outcomes for our members. So wherever you live, whenever you can, we encourage you to get your care from Kaiser Permanente.

A better approach to care

We believe the best way to measure quality of care is by outcomes. Our unique approach includes:

  • Personalized care from doctors, nurses, and other caregivers that are connected to you and to each other through one of the most advanced electronic health record systems available today.
  • A focus on prevention and providing the inspiration, tools, and information you need to thrive.
  • Online tools and mobile apps that let you stay on top of your health and manage your care anytime, anywhere.
  • Research and innovation that is pioneering new ways to prevent, detect, and treat illness.

1Rating based on Breast Cancer Screening, Cervical Cancer Screening, and Colorectal Cancer Screening 2017 ratings from the Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS) for commercial plans published by the National Committee for Quality Assurance. For more information, visit ncqa.org.
2Rating based on HbA1c Testing, Diabetes Retinal Exams, and Diabetes Nephropathy Screening 2017 ratings from the Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS) for commercial plans published by the National Committee for Quality Assurance. For more information, visit ncqa.org.
3Rating based on Adequate Control of High Blood Pressure 2017 ratings from the Healthcare Effectiveness Data and Information Set (HEDIS) for commercial plans published by the National Committee for Quality Assurance. for more information, visit ncqa.org.
4“Joint Principles: Integrating behavioral health care into the patient-centered medical home,” The Working Party Group on Integrated Behavioral Healthcare, 2014
5Gonzaliz, H.M. et al, Archives of General Psychiatry, January 2010; 67(a) 37-46.