Kaiser Permanente International offers a forum for sharing Kaiser Permanente’s knowledge and experience with governments, health plans, health care providers, and other global organizations that are striving to improve their health care systems.
Learnings from the Kaiser Permanente Model:
Integration and Innovation in Health Care
Learnings from the Kaiser Permanente Model (LKPM) is an interactive educational program open to health care leaders from around the world. The next three-day program open to the first 30 registrants from all countries will take place April 16 to 18, 2018. Registration will open in September 2017.
A customized program lasting two to three days may be developed for 10 to 20 participants from your company or country—for a fee of $2,600 per person for two days or $3,600 per person for three days. Customized, one-day programs for 10 to 20 people are available for a flat fee of $12,000. Please contact Molly Porter for more information.
In Washington, D.C., LKPM includes tours of the Center for Total Health and the Capitol Hill Medical Center. In the San Francisco Bay Area, LKPM includes sessions at Kaiser Permanente’s program offices in Oakland and a tour of a Kaiser Permanente medical center with a hospital.
If you are a health care leader who is traveling in the San Francisco Bay Area but cannot attend a Kaiser Permanente International program, it may be possible to schedule a two-hour meeting at a Kaiser Permanente office in Oakland. Our staff will provide you with an overview of Kaiser Permanente and encourage questions and discussion. Meetings are subject to staff and space availability. We encourage you to plan at least two months in advance, especially if your group is larger than 10 people (the maximum is 20 participants). KP International charges all for-profit organizations a fee of $1,500 for a two-hour meeting.
We have an extensive network of professionals who serve as the speakers for our educational programs and are available to conduct in-country seminars or presentations.
“I learned about the importance of a standardized system for improvement and treating the patient as a partner”
— Program Participant