Featuring Kaiser Permanente speakers with deep subject matter expertise, this all-virtual interactive program provides an immersive experience bringing to life Kaiser Permanente’s mission-powered integrated model, digital strategy, and commitment to total health.
Virtual (series of live online presentations, conversations, and discussions)
Every Tuesday and Thursday from September 15 through October 8, 2020
Live program: $475. Limited spaces are available for the September 15 overview session at no cost. Registration has closed.
FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)
Are places still available?
Though registration has closed, you can stay informed about KP International programs for health care leaders based outside the United States by subscribing to our mailing list.
When are the program dates?
The program will be offered every Tuesday and Thursday from September 15 to October 8, 2020.
What time are the sessions?
The sessions will be offered from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM UTC.
In Oakland: 7:00 AM to 9:00 AM
In Toronto: 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM
In São Paulo: 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM
In Zürich: 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM.
Will the sessions be repeated during the day?
For this pilot program, we are offering the program only once. If the session timing does not align with your time zone and you are unable to join live, you may wish to register for the on-demand recordings.
What’s included in the program fee?
The full program includes access to all live sessions (8 sessions, 2 hours each), all presentation materials and recordings, curated resources to support presentations, including guidelines and research by Kaiser Permanente, and the opportunity to ask questions of speakers between sessions throughout the 4-week program. In addition, there are opportunities for a limited number of people to join the first session only, on September 15, at no cost.
About Open Programs
To serve a broad range of health care leaders who work in a variety of disciplines, KP International hosts in-person and virtual open programs for participants based based all over the world. In an open program, we share the key aspects of Kaiser Permanente’s success: a focus on quality and continuous improvement, an emphasis on robust technologies that enable optimal care and service for members, and a collaborative leadership approach.
Participants include health care leaders based outside the United States — from governments, hospitals, health plans, universities, tech companies, research organizations, and more. Leaders in hospital administration, primary and specialty care, nursing, health IT, government policymaking, and other areas will benefit.
If you’re curious about the in-person program experience, please see these frequently asked questions (FAQ).
Open programs are conducted in English. If your organization would like to explore specific learning objectives with the option to have interpretation in your language, please consider a customized program.