3 edition of History of the Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program found in the catalog.
|Statement||Regional Oral History Office,|
|Contributions||Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program Oral History Project., Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. + 7 cassettes.|
Kaiser Permanente begins providing medical care during the Great Depression and World War II. As early as the August dedication of the Permanente Foundation Hospital in Oakland, California, industrialist Henry J. Kaiser announces that one of the key purposes of the Health Plan is "to provide funds for research.". John G. Smillie: History of the Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program Abstract: John G. Smillie's twenty-two years as an administrator, led him to serve as chief of Department of Pediatrics and physician-in-chief for Kaiser Permanente at San Francisco, and as assistant to the program's executive director, Dr. Cecil Cutting.
Ernest Saward: History of the Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program Abstract: Ernest W. Saward was a medical director of the Kaiser Foundation Hospitals and Health Plan from to He relates how he was able to streamline the Oregon division of Kaiser into one of . UC Berkeley, Bancroft Library > Selected oral histories from the UC Berkeley Oral History Center > Harry Shragg, M. D., History of the Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program Text / Harry Shragg, M. D., History of the Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program.
The Kaiser-Permanente Medical Care Program **Hereafter referred to as Kaiser/Oregonin Portland, Oregon, is a prepaid group practice and federally qualified health maintenance organization. The practice began in the early s and currently serves a community of enrollees numbering approximately , The Kaiser/Oregon program includes a health services research center established in The Health Encyclopedia contains general health information. Not all treatments or services described are covered benefits for Kaiser Permanente members or offered as services by Kaiser Permanente. For a list of covered benefits, please refer to your Evidence of Coverage or Summary Plan Description.
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Excerpt from History of the Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program In combination with already available records, the interviews serve to enrich Kaiser Permanente's history for its physicians, employees, and mem bers, and to offer a major resource for research into the history of health care financing and delivery, and some of the forces behind the rapid and sweeping changes now underway in the health care Price: $ History of the Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program: oral history transcript / [George Edward Link] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages. History of the Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program: Oral History Transcript / Paperback – February 4, by Sally Smith Hughes (Author), Morris F.
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History of the Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program: oral history transcript / A Model for National Health Care: The History of Kaiser Permanente. Rickey Hendricks. This extensively researched book is the definitive academic history of Kaiser Permanente that tells the story of its growth and impact on American health care.
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Top American Libraries Canadian Pages: History of the Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program: oral history transcript / by Friedman, Alice Dershimer, ive; Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program Oral History Project; Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History OfficePages: Kaiser Permanente is a not-for-profit integrated health care organization based in Oakland, California, that serves as an umbrella for a federation of for-profit medical groups.
The organization was founded in by industrialist Henry J. Kaiser and physician Sidney R. Garfield. 1 Medical Care Program 1. Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program (KPMCP) History Kaiser Permanente was founded in the late ’s by an innovative physician, Sidney R. Garfield, MD, and an industrialist, Henry J.
Kaiser, as a comprehensive affordable alternative to “fee-for-service” medical care. Initially, the health care program was only. Kaiser Permanente evolved from industrial health care programs for construction, shipyard, and steel mill workers for the Kaiser industrial companies during the late s and s.
It was opened to public enrollment in July Back pain can be helped with more than just medication. In fact, a combination of medication and other therapy is the most effective way to reduce back pain. Try these alternative and non-drug options: Acupuncture; Back-care classes and programs; Cognitive behavioral therapy (using your mind to reduce pain) Light exercise and core strengthening.
History of the Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program: oral history transcript / by Packer, Sam, ive; Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program Oral History Project; Bancroft Library.
Regional Oral History OfficePages: History of the Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program的话题 (全部 条) 什么是话题 无论是一部作品、一个人，还是一件事，都往往可以衍生出许多不同的话题。. The KAISER PERMANENTE MEDICAL CARE PROGRAM evolved from industrial health care programs for construction, shipyard, and steel-mill workers for the Kaiser industrial companies during the late s and s.
It was opened to public enrollment in October The Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program evolved from a series of major construction projects in the s and from the World War II shipyards in the early s.
In the late s, it became a community-based medical care program, and later in the s, the prototype Health Maintenance Organization (HMO).Cited by: 4.
Kaiser Permanente’s celebrated history began in the early s, when the company was founded to fill the enormous societal need for affordable care, setting the stage for its long-standing commitment to healthcare for all.
How it all started An inventive young surgeon, Dr. Sidney Garfield, and a pioneering industrialist, Henry J. Kaiser, came together to build a new model for health care. The organization that is now Kaiser Permanente began at the height of the Great Depression with a single inventive young surgeon and a bed hospital in the middle of the Mojave Desert.
Henry J. Kaiser and his wife Bess establish the Permanente Foundation for the charitable purpose of supporting Kaiser's hospital and medical research.
- The KP Model is Born Dr. Garfield runs a health care plan forwartime Kaiser shipyard workers, many of whom are women, disabled, and people of color. History of the Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program: Ernest W.
Saward. [Ernest W Saward; Sally Smith Hughes; Bancroft Library. Regional Oral History Office. Kaiser Permanente (/ ˈ k aɪ z ər p ɜːr m ə ˈ n ɛ n t eɪ / ; KP) is an American integrated managed care consortium, based in Oakland, California, United States, founded in by industrialist Henry J.
Kaiser and physician Sidney arters: Ordway Building, Oakland, California, U.S. Henry J. Kaiser was once described as "America`s boldest, most spectacular entrepreneur." He applied his business acumen to a vast array of industrial undertakings, ranging from dams to dishwashers, but Kaiser is probably best known for his mass-produced Liberty ships during World War II and the founding of Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program, the forerunner of modern HMOs.Wallace H.
Cook: History of the Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program Abstract: Wallace H. Cook was Kaiser's first physician in chief, but he also served as chief of staff and primary operating surgeon for the Walnut Creek healthcare program.
Cook refers to himself as a "benevolent dictator" in his various roles throughout three decades at Kaiser.The interviews were conducted between and as the series: "History of the Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program—Founding Generation." The interviews were underwritten by the Kaiser Foundation Health Plan/Hospitals.