skip to Main Content

Two Weeks in Total Health: We’ve Been Busy!

The week of May 16 kicked off with a two-day Ragan Public Relations (@RaganComms) Measurement Summit. One of the most important tasks we have as a health organization is communicating with our patients, providers, employees, and suppliers about health, and there was much to learn from colleagues from all types of companies — from AARP to NASCAR.

On Wednesday, May 18, Health Affairs (@Health_Affairs) hosted The Future of Individual and Small Group Markets, a forum on the sustainability of these markets and potential changes to market regulations. Kaiser Permanente’s own Kitty Guptill, senior vice president, strategic market planning, participated in the event as an expert.

Kitty Guptill, Senior Vice President, Strategic Market Planning at Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, presents during the Health Affairs Forum
Kitty Guptill, senior vice president, strategic market planning at Kaiser Permanente, presents during the Health Affairs Forum on the Future of Individual and Small Group Markets on May 18, 2016.

See photos of the rest of the week here.

The week Of May 23 started with a roundtable meeting of industry experts hosted by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (@NCQA). NCQA convenes this group representing companies that have a stake in its work as an evaluator of health plan and clinical quality throughout the year.

NCQA Industry Council
NCQA Industry Council Members

The rest of the week has been dedicated to much-needed technology and facility maintenance projects. Though it might seem like a light week, these projects have kept us quite busy.

Back To Top