Navigation Links
Kaiser Foundation Health Plan and Hospitals Report First Quarter 2009 Financial Results
Date:5/8/2009

OAKLAND, Calif., May 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc., Kaiser Foundation Hospitals and their subsidiaries (KFHP/H) reported today total operating revenue of $10.6 billion for the quarter ended March 31, 2009, compared to $10.1 billion in the same period last year. Operating income in the first quarter was $624 million, versus $545 million in the first quarter of 2008. Declines in the financial markets impacted KFHP/H's investment portfolio in the first quarter of the year, resulting in net non-operating loss of $194 million, versus net non-operating loss of $295 million in the first quarter of 2008. Net income in the first three months of the year was $430 million, compared to $250 million in the same period last year.

KFHP/H added more than 12,000 new members in the first quarter of the year, and total membership was more than 8.6 million members, as of March 31, 2009. "Given the uncertainty in the economy and financial markets, we are pleased with our results in the first quarter," said Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Kathy Lancaster. "As unemployment levels continue to rise, however, we are preparing for additional challenges by focusing on member retention and on membership growth in targeted markets."

In the first three months of the year, KFHP/H's capital spending totaled $558 million, compared to $508 million in the same period last year. "We continue to invest prudently in our technology-enabled, integrated care delivery system," said Chairman and Chief Executive Officer George Halvorson. "The enhancements we are making to our information technology systems, care delivery programs, and facilities provide our clinical and professional teams with the capabilities to deliver better care and service, and operate more efficiently."

KFHP/H continued to expand Kaiser Permanente HealthConnect(R), the world's largest civilian electronic health record, during the
'/>"/>

SOURCE Kaiser Permanente
Copyright©2009 PR Newswire.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3

Related medicine news :

1. Security Officers Who Guard Kaiser Hospitals Protest Lack of Access to Affordable Healthcare
2. Kaiser Permanente Grant to Expand UCLA International Medical Center Graduate Program
3. As Kaiser Permanente Opens a New Hospital Wing, Security Officers Left Behind Without Affordable Healthcare
4. Women Ten Times More Likely To Do Breast Self-Exams Correctly With Intervention Program, Kaiser Permanente Study Finds
5. Kaiser Permanente Approves $13 Million in Community Benefit Grants in First Quarter of 2009
6. Kaiser Family Foundation Launches Daily Global Health Policy Report and Policy Tracking Tool As Part of New Web Gateway Focusing on U.S. Global Health Policy
7. Kaiser Permanente Continues to Spread Health With New Ads Debuting in April
8. Kaiser Permanente Honors Founding Physician With Release of Biography
9. Three Million People Now Using Kaiser Permanentes Personal Health Record
10. Kaiser Permanente CEO George Halvorson Receives National Award From the Workgroup for Electronic Data Interchange
11. Kaiser Permanente Physician Celebrated for Contributions to Locally Grown Food Movement
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:8/22/2014)... Washington, DC (PRWEB) August 22, 2014 ... a little easier in the coming year for four ... from the National League for Nursing Foundation for ... candidates – will share $28,000, $10,000 more than in ... Margaret Ann Kerr Endowment and Elizabeth Isaac Marcil Endowment ...
(Date:8/22/2014)... Vegas, NV (PRWEB) August 22, 2014 ... by Dr. Sen and Dr. Samantha Pearson to help ... contacts, and avoid corrective vision surgery by instead improving ... Michaels, prompting an investigative review. , “There’s a ... of dollars in revenue each year—it’s because people just ...
(Date:8/22/2014)... August 22, 2014 Advancements in ... some clinical applications due to their cost-effectiveness, non-invasiveness, ... innovations in ultrasound, such as the evolution of ... to keep the market moving throughout 2014 and ... can enhance not only the point-of-care (POC) testing ...
(Date:8/22/2014)... New York, New York (PRWEB) August 22, 2014 ... ) continue to be filed in U.S. courts ... cardiovascular events due to their use of prescription ... to court documents, a new claim was filed ... California man who allegedly suffered life-threatening heart issues ...
(Date:8/22/2014)... Eagerly embracing intended parents around the ... now offers the top male infertility programs — run ... fertility network of IVFinMexico.com continues to shape ... care, female and male infertility, advanced research and education. ... so eminently set by company CEO and Founder Tolga ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:NLN Foundation for Nursing Education Announces 2014 Faculty Scholarship Awards 2Health News:NLN Foundation for Nursing Education Announces 2014 Faculty Scholarship Awards 3Health News:Restore My Vision Today: Review Exposes Natural Eye Restoration Guide by Dr. Sen and Dr. Samantha Pearson 2Health News:Global Top Ultrasound Market Suppliers Assessed in New VPG Research Report Available at MarketPublishers.com 2Health News:Global Top Ultrasound Market Suppliers Assessed in New VPG Research Report Available at MarketPublishers.com 3Health News:Testosterone Treatment Lawsuit News: New Filing Alleges Depo-Testosterone Caused Life-Threatening Heart Problems, Bernstein Liebhard LLP reports. 2Health News:Testosterone Treatment Lawsuit News: New Filing Alleges Depo-Testosterone Caused Life-Threatening Heart Problems, Bernstein Liebhard LLP reports. 3Health News:Testosterone Treatment Lawsuit News: New Filing Alleges Depo-Testosterone Caused Life-Threatening Heart Problems, Bernstein Liebhard LLP reports. 4Health News:Mexico Now Offers Top Program for Couples Suffering from Male Infertility 2Health News:Mexico Now Offers Top Program for Couples Suffering from Male Infertility 3Health News:Mexico Now Offers Top Program for Couples Suffering from Male Infertility 4
... the development of vascular diseases may also contribute to ... access in dialysis patients, according to a study appearing ... the American Society of Nephrology (JASN). "Our ... may contribute to the relatively poor outcomes regarding the ...
... HealthDay Reporter , WEDNESDAY, Dec. 22 (HealthDay News) -- ... as the "stroke belt" eat twice as much fried fish ... according to a new study looking at regional and ethnic ... The stroke belt, with more deaths from stroke than ...
... , WEDNESDAY, Dec. 22 (HealthDay News) -- A gene ... patients with glioblastoma brain cancer has been identified by ... as NFKBIA -- contributes to tumor development, promotes resistance ... of patients with glioblastoma, the most common and deadly ...
... , WEDNESDAY, Dec. 22 (HealthDay News) -- ... the hospital increases the risk of complications from infections ... new study. U.S. researchers looked at patients who ... surgery: 87,318 coronary artery bypass graft (CABG) procedures; 46,728 ...
... sex are you? Sex in mammals is genetically ... have one X and one Y chromosome. However, some individuals ... a condition known as XX male sex reversal. A team ... has now determined that overexpression of the Sox3 gene in ...
... On December 14-15, 2010, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration ... that may affect the regulation of dental amalgam. At the ... the FDA conduct further review of the material,s safety. ... Final Rule ( http://bit.ly/FDA2009FinalRule ) from the FDA that reclassified ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:Why does dialysis fail? 2Health News:Too Much Fried Fish Might Help Make South the 'Stroke Belt' 2Health News:Too Much Fried Fish Might Help Make South the 'Stroke Belt' 3Health News:Gene Mutation Found in One of Four Cases of Deadly Brain Cancers 2Health News:Timely Surgery Appears to Cut Infection Risk, Costs 2Health News:JCI table of contents: Dec. 22, 2010 2Health News:JCI table of contents: Dec. 22, 2010 3Health News:JCI table of contents: Dec. 22, 2010 4Health News:JCI table of contents: Dec. 22, 2010 5Health News:JCI table of contents: Dec. 22, 2010 6Health News:JCI table of contents: Dec. 22, 2010 7Health News:JCI table of contents: Dec. 22, 2010 8Health News:JCI table of contents: Dec. 22, 2010 9Health News:JCI table of contents: Dec. 22, 2010 10Health News:JCI table of contents: Dec. 22, 2010 11Health News:JCI table of contents: Dec. 22, 2010 12Health News:AADR testifies to the FDA advisory panel on dental amalgam 2
(Date:8/21/2014)... N.Y. and HAMBURG, Germany , Aug. 21, 2014 ... is collaborating with Deutsches Elektronen-Synchrotron ( DESY ), a ... , to speed up management and storage of massive ... and Analytics architecture based on IBM software defined ... of data at peak performance and help scientists worldwide ...
(Date:8/21/2014)... 2014 BreedIT Corp., (OTCQB: ... exclusive worldwide license holder and distributor of highly ... researchers, today is pleased to announce the formation ... Ltd, a leading Israeli medical Cannabis breeder. ... new breeds of medical Cannabis to meet the ...
(Date:8/21/2014)... N.J. , Aug. 21, 2014  Armada ... group purchasing organization (GPO), is pleased to announce ... collaborate on a host of innovative specialty pharmacy ... Aurora deliver enhanced therapy management services to specialty ... (OTM) system. Aurora will use the ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:DESY and IBM Develop Big Data Architecture for Science 2DESY and IBM Develop Big Data Architecture for Science 3BreedIT Ltd. and Seach Ltd. Form KanaboSeed to Develop New Medical Cannabis Varieties 2BreedIT Ltd. and Seach Ltd. Form KanaboSeed to Develop New Medical Cannabis Varieties 3BreedIT Ltd. and Seach Ltd. Form KanaboSeed to Develop New Medical Cannabis Varieties 4Aurora Health Care Partners with Armada Health Care to Deliver Added Pharmacy Capabilities to Specialty Patients 2Aurora Health Care Partners with Armada Health Care to Deliver Added Pharmacy Capabilities to Specialty Patients 3
... 5 Salmonella bacteria is normally very toxic ... to prevent it from causing illness and instead kill cancer ... – a medical oddity first observed in the 1890s, but ... non toxic Salmonella variations. Genetically-modified ...
... 5 Generex Biotechnology Corporation (Nasdaq: GNBT ... in a letter to shareholders from Interim President and ... for growth. The letter to shareholders reads as follows: ... at Generex, the management team has been working diligently ...
Cached Medicine Technology:Botanic Oil Innovations Funds Human Clinical Study Using Non-Toxic Salmonella as Cancer Medicine 2Generex Biotechnology Provides a Corporate Update to Address Management's Strategic Initiatives for Growth 2Generex Biotechnology Provides a Corporate Update to Address Management's Strategic Initiatives for Growth 3Generex Biotechnology Provides a Corporate Update to Address Management's Strategic Initiatives for Growth 4Generex Biotechnology Provides a Corporate Update to Address Management's Strategic Initiatives for Growth 5Generex Biotechnology Provides a Corporate Update to Address Management's Strategic Initiatives for Growth 6Generex Biotechnology Provides a Corporate Update to Address Management's Strategic Initiatives for Growth 7Generex Biotechnology Provides a Corporate Update to Address Management's Strategic Initiatives for Growth 8
300 L, Bulk Recommended for 250 and 300 L pipettes....
... PerkinElmer manufactures Robotic Certified Tips for ... dispensing systems. Manufactured with the highest quality, ... to provide unparalleled accuracy in high throughput ... with a volume range from 0.5 L ...
MBP's 200 ul large orifice tip is perfect for handling fragile cells, viscous samples, and genomic DNA....
This extra long 180 ul pipet tip will reach the bottom of large tubes and vials, preventing your pipettor from contacting the sample container....
Medicine Products: