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Around the world, nations seek to understand Kaiser Permanente’s model for high-quality, affordable care — so much so, they visit us with hopes of creating their own integrated care systems.
Kaiser Permanente International, an educational subsidiary of Kaiser Permanente, creates programs and speaking engagements that have introduced health care leaders from 82 countries — including Brazil, Canada, China, India and Japan — to our approach to integrated health care.
“More countries are being asked to look at Kaiser Permanente’s model as one to emulate in their health care reform efforts,” said Karin Cooke, director of Kaiser Permanente International.
“There is an eagerness, and almost urgency, to understand how we integrate primary and specialty care.”