13 hours ago This case study describes and analyzes a breach of the confidentiality and integrity of personally identified health information (e.g. appointment details, answers to patients' questions, medical advice) for over 800 Kaiser Permanente (KP) members through KP Online, a web-enabled health care portal. The authors obtained and analyzed multiple types of qualitative data about this … >> Go To The Portal
Kaiser Permanente has offered its members an online patient portal (kp.org) for more than a decade, allowing them to conveniently access health care information, communicate with clinicians, refill prescriptions, schedule appointments, and more.
In 1995 the KP Northern California region funded an innovation project to create an Internet Patient Portal known as “Kaiser Permanente Online” (KP Online).
Serving over eight million members in nine states and the District of Columbia, Kaiser Permanente (KP) functions as an integrated health delivery system. In 1995 the KP Northern California region funded an innovation project to create an Internet Patient Portal known as “Kaiser Permanente Online” (KP Online).
Kaiser Permanente San Francisco Medical Center | 2015 Annual Report Multidisciplinary Approach to Cancer Care Spotlight on: Breast Cancer Multidisciplinary Clinic In 2015, Kaiser Permanente-San Francisco formally launched the Breast Cancer Multidisciplinary Clinic.
Congressional lawmakers have recently discussed repealing a provision of the Affordable Care Act that helps pay for other provisions of the law – the so-called “Cadillac Plan Tax” that imposes a tax starting in 2018 on higher cost employer-sponsored health plans. The U.S.
The ACA included a number of provisions to increase health plan transparency to help consumers better understand their health insurance choices and how coverage works in practice, for example, by requiring plans to disclose data about how often claims are denied or appealed, or on the availability of network providers and what consumers end up paying out of pocket for care out of network.
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Patient Outcomes Research To Advance Learning (PORTAL) is a new network that brings together four leading healthcare delivery systems: Kaiser Permanente, Group Health Cooperative, HealthPartners, and Denver Health.
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