Why Kaiser Permanente Is Integrating Sustainability into Health Care Operations - Andrew Winston - Harvard Business Review

Kaiser Permanente (KP), one of the largest health care providers in America, has a clear mission: improve health. In a surprising and welcome twist, KP is publicly recognizing that climate change threatens that mission. This health care leader is showing how an authentic, mission-driven connection to global issues can drive change.

The topic of climate change has become so politicized, it’s rare to hear company representatives and CEOs admit that they’re taking a course of action specifically in response to a climate-related threat. But that’s starting to change, even in sectors you might not think have a direct stake in climate change.

Kaiser Permanente Patients Can Now View Their Records on Mobile Devices | MakeUseOf
Last week, Kaiser Permanente released a new app for Android and iPhone devices that will allow its patients to access their own medication information and records through a mobile-optimized website. Kaiser has the largest electronic medical record system in the world, with 9 million Kaiser Permanente patients.

Kaiser Permanente Patients Can Now View Their Records on Mobile Devices | MakeUseOf

Last week, Kaiser Permanente released a new app for Android and iPhone devices that will allow its patients to access their own medication information and records through a mobile-optimized website. Kaiser has the largest electronic medical record system in the world, with 9 million Kaiser Permanente patients.

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Technology alone can’t cure what ails us. But it can help those who treat our illnesses, heal our injuries and find new ways to battle diseases do it even better. It can also help healthy individuals to make smarter choices about their health and care. To build a smarter system, healthcare solutions need to be instrumented, interconnected, and intelligent.