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2014.09.08 07:43 Kaiser Permanente

Kaiser Permanente (KP) is one of America's largest not-for-profit health plans, serving over 12 million members across eight regions. KP focuses on providing high-quality, affordable health care services and improving the health of its members and the communities they serve. KaiserPermanente is the only unofficial subreddit for your KP health care questions, concerns, and stories.

2020.12.03 09:25 amfree88 KaiserPermanenteSucks

A group dedicated to understanding why you can pay thousands for insurance with Kaiser and receive little to no healthcare

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2023.03.22 13:52 teacher1010101 Getting Kaiser insurance to cover Alimentum RTF

I have seen on other anonymous forums that parents have managed to get Kaiser Permanente to cover Alimentum RTF for their babies but they have denied my request. I'm trying to appeal since my 3 month old has a severe milk allergy and reflux and this is the only formula that seems to be working but am trying to figure out how others have managed to get it approved. I had a pediatric GI referral and he's the one who put the case request in for Alimentum RTF but maybe it was done differently for other parents? Any suggestions on how to make my appeal successful?
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2023.03.22 00:47 Wednesdayinparis Insurance

Is anyone on Ozempic with Kaiser Permanente Silver 70 HMO
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2023.03.21 20:29 pdxgti8v Applied for job, they sent me an assessment to perform?

Hopefully someone can help? I just got an invitation to do an assessment for a patient access specialist job with Kaiser Permanente. Can someone tell me what this assessment focuses on? Not asking for a blow by blow account, just an overall view of what is asked/expected in this assessment....PM me if you are more comfortable with that method of interaction....Thanks!
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2023.03.21 20:05 Laauraa84 SPT au travail comment faire ?

Bonjour à tous, j’ai besoin d’infos urgemment concernant mon état. J’ai différents sons de cloches et je ne sais plus quoi penser. Je vais essayer d’expliquer mon cas le plus rapidement possible: Le 10 février je me suis faite percutée par une voiture (qui m’a grillé la priorité dans un giratoire) en scooter, (je suis factrice donc c’était pendant ma tournée). Je m’en suis sortie avec des contusions (j’ai eu beaucoup de chance) donc arrêt de 2 semaines puis reprise sans voir avec le médecin du travail car je ne connaissais pas le processus de reprise. Sauf que mentalement ça n’a pas suivi: stress quasi-permanent même en dehors du travail, crises d’angoisse par-ci par -là, tension et peur permanente en voiture... Le médecin m’a décelé un stress post-traumatique. La conduite c’est mon job, donc le stress fait partie intégrante de ma vie depuis maintenant un mois peu importe le véhicule. C’est là que les problèmes commencent : temps que tout va bien physiquement les gens s’en tapent du reste. Mentalement ça va mal et tout le monde se renvoie la balle. L’assistante sociale de la Poste me dit d’abord que je dois suivre MonParcoursPsy et de prendre rdv avec mon médecin traitant et le médecin du travail. Mon médecin traitant me prescrit des rdv chez le psy et n’est pas chaude pour une EMDR, et me dit aussi que c’est pas trop la peine de contacter le médecin du travail pour ça. Ça fait 3 semaine que j’essaie d’obtenir le numéro du médecin du travail, en vain, car hier mon RH m’a annoncé que mon cas n’était pas assez « urgent » pour me mettre en relation avec lui, alors que je venais de faire une crise d’angoisse dans l’enceinte de l’établissement. Je commence à me dire que ça sera mauvais pour mes responsables si j’entrais en contact avec le médecin du travail... Alors voilà est-ce que quelqu’un s’y connait et peut me renseigner svp ? Y a-t-il une marche à suivre ? Je vais pas tarder à péter les plombs. Je suis tendue au travail, je fais encore des crises d’angoisse certains jours, je suis exténuée, et en rentrant chez moi je dois encore chercher quoi faire sur internet et/ou chercher quel type de psy je dois voir car je n’y connais rien. Merci d’avance à tous ceux qui sauront m’aider.
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2023.03.21 17:25 Bigfoot_USA Ex-Transgender Teenager Sues Kaiser Permanente over Double Mastectomy

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2023.03.21 17:17 hotdogwater007 thoughts on kaiser permanente hire?

hi! i’m currently in a 14wk clinical phleb class (7wks of lecture/lab, then 7wks of clinical rotations at a Kaiser Permanente)
i’m currently on the clinical rotation portion at KP. after we finish our rotations and get our sticks + hours in, they may hire us if we pass the ASCP.
has anyone worked at KP before? is the pay decent? hours decent? or should i really look somewhere else for hire?
thank you! :-)
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2023.03.21 15:40 dirtyharrison Ex-Transgender Teenager Sues Kaiser Permanente over Double Mastectomy

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2023.03.21 15:06 HowardJDuck Ex-Transgender Teenager Sues Kaiser Permanente over Double Mastectomy

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2023.03.21 14:50 First_Place_Finish De-transitioned teen sues Kaiser Permanente for performing double mastectomy on her at 13: 'Intentional fraud'

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2023.03.21 14:20 No_Competition4897 [HIRING] 25 Jobs in OR Hiring Now!

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North Pacific Management Building Maintenance Worker Lake Oswego
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C & R Management Group LLC Community Manager (Portland) Portland
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Canon Solutions America, Inc. Technician, Field Svc III Troutdale
Satellite Shelters Material Handler Wilsonville
Kaiser Dental Hygienist Albany
Amr Paramedic Basic - Vancouver $12,500 Sign-On Bonus - Located in Vancouver, WA Aloha
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Amr Paramedic - Located in Kelso, WA Clatskanie
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Hey guys, here are some recent job openings , feel free to comment here if you have any questions, I'm at the community's disposal! If you encounter any problems with any of these job openings please let me know that I will modify the table accordingly. Thanks!
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2023.03.21 03:29 grizzy86 Kaiser Permanente monthly overcharge (help), WA state

So, I have been fighting Kaiser Permanente for over 3 weeks now, because they over charged our monthly premium by $11,431.18. Here is a synopsis:
Back a few weeks ago my usual monthly premium payment of $1064.20 was not taken, Kaiser instead charged us our (March) payment of $12,495.38. They (auto) charged it to my American Express card and Amex paid it (which made me over my limit, causing other charges to be threatened with denial). I have been trying to fix this for 3 weeks now. Last week they said it would be resolved with a credit to my Amex account. On 03/17/2023 my card was credited with $9376.23. Kaiser said that they would be taking April’s payment too, as well as March's and refunding the rest. That was NOT okay with me.....The $9,376.23 they did refund is still $990.75 short, even if I had agreed with them taking April's payment.
My Credit has now been affected by this as well, lowering my credit score (6 points so far).
I have filed a complaint with the Insurance commissioner's office. Is there anything else I can do? Another state agency that might help? They have taken over 30 hours of my life so far, and dealing with them REALLY sucks. Of course, KP refuses to give me any documents that I could use to prove this to AMEX, but at least the $9k credit got me out of hot water with them. (I had filed a dispute with AMEX, but had no proof of any kind, except a copy of the monthly bill). TY
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2023.03.20 22:55 blacktickle New job - choosing health insurance - BC/BS vs Kaiser?

New job - choosing health insurance - BC/BS vs Kaiser?
I just started a new job, I can choose between Kaiser and BC/BS.
I am 33/F, I am married, my husband is 43/M. We both have Medicaid (which will be ending soon) for emergencies, neither of us have health issues. I think I'll need to add him to my plan but I'm not 100% sure. Pretty sure though. We have a combined income of around 5-6k. No kids. We rent.
I'm kind of a Scrooge McDuck because we're pretty late to the whole "adulting" party... we both basically screwed around for the entirety of our adult lives and are only in the last two or three years being normal responsible functioning members of society. I'm basically terrified to spend any money that I've deemed to be "unnecessary" because we have so much catching up to do... which is why I hate the idea of "throwing money away" on insurance. But yes I do get it, it's a necessity and the alternative would be not good.
I took a photo of the price sheet because I don't know what's considered "good" - I am pretty healthy and have not needed much health care in my life so I don't typically ever sign up for insurance, and/or I've been on Medicaid a lot in my life and haven't needed to use it much. I don't take medication, I'm in good shape physically, I don't smoke or drink, I hardly ever see doctors (ie only once in the last ten years). I don't have a "primary care doctor" or anything like that.
Any advice would be appreciated, thank you very much!
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2023.03.20 22:54 ghet2dachoppa America is showing sings it is headed towards a fascist/authoritarian government.

WHAT??? Our founding fathers put forth a structure of checks and balances that ensure nothing Authoritarianism ever happens. While Authoritarianism has never happened, we have seen constitutional failure that resulted in a Civil War. If a Civil War can happen, why is it not possible for the rise of Fascism, or an Authoritarian leader to rise to power. We have already seen an attempt to overthrow the system and keep a leader who clearly lost an election. Since then, we have seen others try to follow that framework. Things like January 6th don’t just happen.
Let’s dive a little deeper into some of the most troubling and signs that our Democracy is fractured and could be in trouble.
A Growing Distrust in Science
I start with this one very purposely due to recency bias with COVID. There has always been an anti-vax movement. In the 1860’s Britain found its first anti-vax movement after the smallpox vaccine was made mandatory with penalties for refusal. In the 1870s, a British anti-vaxer came to America and started the movement. That fizzled out. There have been movements here and there since. The modern movement however can be traced back to 1998 and a British doctor named Andrew Wakefield. Wakefield recommended and falsified data for the MMR vaccine suggestion that the vaccine caused autism. With the newly popular internet, the growing media, and the growth of rapidly growing access to information we end up with a massive conspiracy with legitimacy due to false information. There have always been circles that distrust science, but this one was different. It was mainstream, celebrities got on board, we still live with the fall out and here this one. Wakefield admitted that he did not do a full study, falsified information, and served prison time. He set the cornerstone for a lot of the distrust in science we see today however. His study has helped turn the world into an anti-intellectual society.
There is a lot more we could dig into between Wakefield and COVID but I feel this is enough background at this point. We could get into the science of mRNA, and false perceptions. We could get into the fact that it was identified in the 1960’s and has been in use for medical applications, including vaccines and cancer treatments since the 1990’s and the science has been proven safe for decades. We could get into the fact that 90+% of the ingredients are more or less inert and in use for other vaccines and medicine and has been for decades, but that’s enough of that. Let’s get into COVID and the crippling blow for science that was dealt during COVID.
Rudy Gobert and the NBA shuts the country down. In the US, we watched as Italians sang off balconies during the lockdown. Venice canals turned pure blue due to lack of boat traffic. China was sealed into their houses, sometimes by bolting their doors. We all knew it was coming, then Rudy tests positive for COVID. The NBA cancels games and the rest of the country follows suit. We were in lock down. We know we had a new Coronavirus that was different, easily transferable, and had the potential to be very serious.
Quickly we picked sides. We used the same data points to prove the other side wrong. We used scientists and a shifting understanding of the virus to prove/disprove our feelings about how COVID works. I use the term feeling deliberately. This is the key here. True science does not pick sides, but we pick the sides that best fit our political beliefs. This in turn created a massive influx in false data and further eroded the trust in our scientific community. We had our President as one of the main anti-vax influencers (link: https://www.psypost.org/2021/06/study-indicates-donald-trump-was-the-main-anti-vaccination-influencer-on-twitter-in-2020-61032) while pumping billions to accelerate a vaccine. A president who was fueling the anti-mask movement while wearing one himself (link: https://www.bbc.com/news/world-us-canada-53378439). The face of the scientific community for this issue was not much better. Dr. Faucci starts comes out and says masks don’t work, only to back track and say it was because the masks were needed for health-care workers (link: https://www.cnn.com/factsfirst/politics/factcheck_e58c20c6-8735-4022-a1f5-1580bc732c45). I use CNN on purpose here as it’s the left calling out the left. This statement had a big effect on the movement as well and further eroded our trust in science. Even more troubling, 36% of Republicans distrust science. If you look at these survey links from 2/15/2022, you can see the results (pew link: https://www.pewresearch.org/science/2022/02/15/americans-trust-in-scientists-other-groups-declines/ and https://www.pewresearch.org/science/2022/10/25/americans-value-u-s-role-as-scientific-leader-but-38-say-country-is-losing-ground-globally/). Another troubling shift, is the declining trust in education, you can see where that is going. You can also point to this study and overlay it with how Trump planed the steal the election claim. I feel this is a good stopping point and time to move on to the media. If you want me to detail the timeline of how Trump set up his ability to claim election fraud, I would be happy to spend some hours putting it all together.
The Media
We live in a time where the media is as much of the news as the news is. We have massive cooperation with a 24-hour news cycle which needs constant content to stay afloat. They have their sides and vision for what this country should be. We have less reporters and journalists than people who push propaganda and agendas down our throats. We do not have state or party funded media, but we have media that is attached so much to the parties, there is barely a difference. We have very few fact reporting centered news organizations (link: https://libguides.com.edu/c.php?g=649909&p=4556556). It is our fault though, very few if any media outlets are not for profit. They are feeding us what we want to hear, not what we need to hear. That’s what sells, and with the race for content and the growing competition, what else can we expect? Then we have the internet which has become media by meme, YouTube, and TickTok (link: https://www.pbs.org/newshounation/in-the-age-of-memes-how-are-young-people-getting-their-news). With that we have bot farms, hackers, and other foreign agents sponsored by other governments and companies hired by politicians (see Cambridge Analytica) working fairly successfully to undermine our Democracy. We have made a shift to alternative news sources, unreliable news sources, or news sources that are created to mislead the rest of the world. We are fed a stream of propaganda, we eat up, and repeat the misinformation until it becomes true. Fascist and Authoritarian leaders have known for decades, if you can create a big enough echo chamber, anything can become true.
Fringe Groups/People in Places of Power
There are a couple categories here. There are the fringe politicians who take mainstream ideas to the extreme and there are the fringe politicians who are just conspiracy theorists. A.O.C., MTG, Lauren Bobert, Ilham Omar, Trump, and many more. If everything is good, we do not elect fringe politicians. It is a sure sign a shift has happened and it's not good. We are unhappy, we are believing the conspiracies. The propaganda is working. Something is rotten in Denmark. There are many things this can be attributed to including Rapid technological changes, groups feeling marginalized, the two-party system that has been stagnant for decades and has been engaged in tit-for-tat politics since for most of the last century. The A.O.C. group who push the boundaries of mainstream ideas is not necessarily unhealthy. It can be healthy if in the right conditions. Testing the boundaries helps you grow and evolve. You get new ideas, new perspectives. The MTG conspiracy theory group is dangerous. Two things happen with this group, it gives further legitimacy to the conspiracy, and they use the conspiracy to expand their power base. You can trace the great Jewish conspiracy through Europe for centuries and see this. Look at all the “Devine” monarchs. It is all over in history. Typically, there is a group that is pointed at including Jews, LGBTQ+, women, Africans, and Islam to name a few. If there is a them, it's easy to create a us.
Targeting groups
We are seeing this in many areas. It is rapidly becoming more and more prevalent. We have politicians in South Carolina who are trying to pass legislation for women who get abortions. We have politicians in Florida trying to pass legislation so women cannot talk about their periods. We have all kinds of legislation passed against the LGTBQ+ community. We have laws on the book that disproportionately affect various races, and when they bring it up, they are snowflakes. We are building laws and banning citizens from numerous countries. Give us your poor, your week, your huddled masses, as long as they fit the bill. Books are being banned, including some that are formative and important for people to learn how to understand the world, all under the guise to protect our children. We would not want our children learning our true history, we would not want our children learning to accept THEM. We don’t want equality. If THEY have more, WE have less. In a country with 3.5% unemployment, high paying tech jobs that can only be filled by H1V1, we have a good part of the country that would be capable of filling these jobs if we just thought differently. There is enough to go around, but instead of upskilling and getting our citizens into these high paying professional jobs, we are making America great again. America has always been anti-immigrant to a degree but when you start seeing laws passed, the gap between us and them accelerates. As the divide becomes greater, the easier it is to rule based on fear. Historically, this is the gateway to genocide.
This one is often overlooked but it is an important one. A sure sign that your country is becoming nationalized is when your military is beyond reproach. Now I am not saying we should not be grateful and kind to those who served. I am saying we should examine our military and hold them accountable when they do something wrong. As we fail to do this, the nation starts to come before all. If someone speaks out against injustice, disrespects the flag, the office of the president, they are ostracized. It starts with militarization. Once the military becomes beyond reproach, civil servants are next. You can see this throughout history. Look at Vietnam, look at Nazi and the Kaiser's Germany, really almost any authoritarian regime.
I am not saying we are at the tipping point. I am saying the signs are there. Unless we can start to find a way to come back to the middle, the divide will continue and we may end up in an authoritarian state.
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2023.03.20 21:14 minimicropenis Kaiser vs. Mayo Clinic (AZ)

Hey everyone! Two of the schools I am seriously considering right now are Kaiser Permanente School of Medicine and Mayo Clinic Alix School of Medicine. I'm trying to weigh financials, location, and opportunities between these two schools, and would love others' insights/thoughts. I am interested in Internal Medicine/Primary Care, although I do want to keep my options open as I'm sure I could very easily change my mind.
- Full tuition scholarship and $37k annual housing stipend. They extend this to all admitted students. Essentially, I can graduate medical school debt free as I likely won't need loans for housing.
- Location: Pasadena is awesome, and my family/friends all live in California. Have lived in northern california my whole life, and would love to be close to friends and family. Also weather is great there
- Kaiser seems to have a lot of resources and they are willing to spend generously on students (they even give you a new phone and mac book when you matriculate, or so I've heard). It seems like there is a lot of money they have to throw around, and they're more than willing to be generous with students.
- Grading is P/F (unsure about AOA) for preclinical, and tiered grading for clinicals. Pretty chill.
- 50 person class, which is a lot smaller than I would ideally like. Just feel like it will limit opportunities to meet new people, find a group that really fits with me, etc.
- Super new school. They haven't had a class match yet and I would be in the 4th class they've ever had. Regardless Kaiser has a lot of resources and influence over here in California, and because of that I'm confident they will set their students up for success and match very well, although at the end of the day no one can really know until they actually match and this scares me a bit.
- Seems like they're still figuring a lot of things out. When I talked to students there, it seems like parts of the curriculum change a bit each year. These changes are based on student feedback, and from what i've heard it seems like theyre very receptive to student feedback in general and work to implement important things that students bring up. At the end of the day though, it seems evident that they have not "perfected" their curriculum and that there is still a lot of work to be done, and that I might find myself in the middle of some of these changes during my time here.
- They only do virtual anatomy, no actual cadavers at any point.
- Kaiser as a healthcare system kind of notoriously sucks/has a bad rep in california. They deliver great healthcare most of the time, but navigating their system itself can be a nightmare for many.
- Driving in LA is a nightmare, although Kaiser says they actually provide free ubers tp/from clincal sites for all students, which is nice.
Mayo (AZ):
- Full tuition scholarship, so I would only need to pay for COL. This would likely result in $80,000-$150,000 in living expenses over 4 years. Not to get into too much detail but I have some pretty significant savings/investments and likely wouldn't actually need to take out any loans to cover this, but my savings would be eaten up almost entirely during medical school.
- It's Mayo. Great reputation, great match list, and likely better opportunities possible overall here, especially when it comes to becoming involved with research.
- Scottsdale/Pheonix. Great location too, not quite as close to family and friends but at least it's still on the west coast. I also have a few close friends who live right in Scottsdale. Lots of nature/outdoor activities nearby which is definitely important to me.
- Grading is P/F for preclinical with no AOA and tiered grading for clincal.
- 50 person class. Same essentially as noted in Kaiser above.
- Would save 37k/year at kaiser essentially due to their housing stipend.
- Further from family in northern California
- Two campuses. The actual medical school is in Scottsdale, while the hospital is in Pheonix. They're close (~20 min drive), but not attached. They're building a new medical school building in Pheonix which should be done in a day or two, and once it is students will basically be entirely in Pheonix, which is less cool than Scottsdale.
- Weather. Scottsdale/Pheonix is beautiful, but that summer heat will be hard for me. 100++ degrees for weeks/months would be significantly worse than anything I'd have to deal with in Pasadena.

Of note, I am also heavily considering UVA at the moment but don't have financial aid yet so I can't really make a super informed decision on that at the moment.
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2023.03.20 17:48 OJSimpsonsKnifeGlove De-transitioned teen sues Kaiser Permanente for performing double mastectomy on her at 13: 'Intentional fraud'. Layla Jane alleges hospital pushed surgery as 'the only way forward'

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2023.03.20 16:40 tonnie_taller De-transitioned teen sues Kaiser Permanente for performing double mastectomy on her at 13: ‘Intentional fraud’

De-transitioned teenager Layla Jane is suing Permanente Medical Group and Kaiser Foundation Hospitals, the medical providers who performed a double mastectomy on her when she was just 13 years old after beginning to identify as transgender two years before. Now 18 years old, Jane is accusing the hospital system of “intentional fraud and concealment” involving … Continue reading De-transitioned teen sues Kaiser Permanente for performing double mastectomy on her at 13: ‘Intentional fraud’
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2023.03.20 15:30 rrmdp 📢 Kaiser Permanente is hiring a Licensed Practical Nurse!

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2023.03.20 15:30 rrmdp 📢 Kaiser Permanente is hiring a Manager, Talent Acquisition!

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2023.03.20 15:30 rrmdp 📢 Kaiser Permanente is hiring a Staff Nurse II - CVICU (36hr night)!

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2023.03.20 15:30 rrmdp 📢 Kaiser Permanente is hiring a Speech Therapist II Per Diem!

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2023.03.20 15:30 rrmdp 📢 Kaiser Permanente is hiring a Contact Lens Clerk!

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2023.03.20 15:30 rrmdp 📢 Kaiser Permanente is hiring a Dental Assistant!

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