Kaiser Permanente: Healthy Workforce

The Healthy Workforce campaign takes a holistic approach to wellness, encouraging physical and mental well-being for employees and local communities via targeted programming, health monitoring, and financial and interpersonal resources.

“Kaiser Permanente’s vision for workplace health is to create the healthiest workforce in the healthcare industry by building a culture of health for the organization’s 175,000 employees and nearly 18,000 physicians.”

Kaiser Permanente

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Program Strategy

  • Focused on Healthy Behaviors and Work Environment, the program focuses on mental health and wellness, diet and nutrition, workplace safety, physical activity, and disease prevention.
  • Focus population is global employees and local communities.

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Program Details

  • Workforce and Operations and  Community Engagement are the Scopes of Action.
  • Partners include local schools and community groups in the U.S.

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Program Metrics

Near-Term Outcomes

Metrics not yet available. However, applicable metrics include:

  • Access to healthy foods: Percentage of workforce with healthy and affordable food options in company cafeterias and local area.
  • Access to activity and use: Percentage of people who have access to places for leisure-time physical activity and who use those opportunities regularly.
Long-Term Impacts

Metrics not yet available. However, applicable metrics include:

  • Obesity rates
  • Healthy eating choices
  • Diabetes rates

Program: Community Engagement | Workforce and Operations

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