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At the Intersection of Technology, Equity and Community with Kaiser Permanente’s Janet Liang, Group President & COO and Jodie Lesh, Chief Transformation Officer

Outcomes Rocket

At the Intersection of Technology, Equity and Community with Kaiser Permanente’s Janet Liang, Group President & COO and Jodie Lesh, Chief Transformation Officer

September 6, 2021

At the Intersection of Technology, Equity and Community with Kaiser Permanente’s Janet Liang, Group President & COO and Jodie Lesh, Chief Transformation Officer

Find out what Kaiser Permanente is doing to improve access to care and close the gaps in delivering innovative and effective care to a large part of our country.

In this episode, we are privileged to host two outstanding leaders, Janet Liang and Jodie Lesh. Janet is the Executive Vice President, Group President, and Chief Operating Officer of Care Delivery for Kaiser Foundation Health Plan and Hospitals and Jodie is the Chief Transformation Officer.

Janet and Jodie share what Kaiser has been doing to improve health disparities and health equity. They share the company’s vision for care delivery at home and provided phenomenal examples of what Kaiser had done to reach out and support individuals and communities during the pandemic. They also cover the topic of acceleration of technology, digital equity, and Kaiser’s integrated model that allowed them to care for patients in a holistic way and spend dollars on projects that have the greatest impacts on people’s lives. They also delved into the importance of understanding the belief systems of people and behavior change and mention a few other innovations coming in through digital health.

There’s plenty of exceptional examples, insights, and callouts in this wonderful conversation, so don’t miss it!

Click the link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health

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