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A Better Way to Invest in the Health of Your Employees

Leveraging the power of employee health helps support, protect and enhance your business. That’s why organizations of every size are adding workforce health to their core business strategy. By partnering with us, you’ll be giving your employees what they need to stay on top of their health.

Learn more about the value of choosing the right partner >

Better connected, preventive care

With Kaiser Permanente as your health care partner, your employees get so much more — from compassionate care in a doctor’s office to innovative preventive measures that can help keep them from getting sick in the first place to simple tools for managing their health online.

Kaiser Permanente caregivers are connected on the same electronic health record system, so they are prompted to remind your employees about upcoming or overdue screenings during primary care appointments, helping us to provide care for chronic conditions early.

And employees with or at risk for chronic conditions are automatically enrolled in nationally recognized disease management programs that are already built into your coverage. Physician-led teams coordinate comprehensive treatment plans that include clinical care, health education, and support tools for better outcomes and efficiency.

And you get the peace of mind from giving your team high-quality care.Choose the right partner. Choose Kaiser Permanente. >

Smartphone displaying the functionalities of the K.P. App: Messages, Appointments, Pharmacy, and Medical Records

With Kaiser Permanente’s My Health Manager app and web portal, employees can:*

  • securely email their doctors’ offices
  • order most prescription refills
  • schedule and cancel routine appointments
  • check most lab results
  • get reminders for appointments and screenings


Employees who are actively engaged in their health and health care miss less work

and have better health outcomes when they do get sick.

— James, Health Affairs, February 14, 2013.