Kaiser Permanente main competitors are Allegheny Health Network, Hawaii Pacific Health, and Sutter Health.

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  • UPMC has the most employees (92,000).
  • Employees at Allegheny Health Network earn more than most of the competitors, with an average yearly salary of $82,912.
  • The oldest company is Sutter Health, founded in 1865.
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Among Kaiser Permanente competitors, employees at Allegheny Health Network earn the most with an average yearly salary of $82,912.

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CompanyAverage SalaryHourly SalarySalary Score
Kaiser Permanente
Health Partners Plans
Simply Healthcare Plans
Sutter Health
Allina Health

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CompanyHighest SalaryHourly Salary
Kaiser Permanente
Hawaii Pacific Health
Boston Children's Hospital
OSF HealthCare
Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research
Cleveland Clinic
Simply Healthcare Plans
Sutter Health
University Hospitals
Scripps Health
Health Partners Plans
Planned Parenthood
Allegheny Health Network
Molina Healthcare
St Joseph's Hospital
BJC HealthCare
Allina Health

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Kaiser Permanente demographics vs competitors

Compare Gender At Kaiser Permanente Vs Competitors

Job TitleMaleFemale
Allina Health29%71%
Molina Healthcare33%67%
Kaiser Permanente36%64%
BJC HealthCare37%63%
Allegheny Health Network37%63%

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CompanyWhiteHispanic or LatinoBlack or African AmericanAsianUnknownDiversity Score

Kaiser Permanente And Similar Companies CEOs

Bruce Dale Broussard

Bruce Dale Broussard is chief executive officer and president of Humana, a health insurance company with headquarters in Louisville, Kentucky.

Joseph Zubretsky
Molina Healthcare

Cynthia Hundorfean Emba
Allegheny Health Network

An innovative leader who has worked in bold strokes to get health care right for the patients and communities served by Allegheny Health Network (AHN), Cynthia Hundorfean is the CEO and president of the eight-hospital, $3.3 billion health care system based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Since she joined the network in 2016, Ms. Hundorfean’s extraordinary efforts to transform AHN have been recognized both regionally and nationally. In 2019, she was selected by Modern Healthcare magazine as one of the nation’s “Top 25 Women Leaders,” joining a distinguished list of executives whose work positively influences American health policy, care delivery models, and the industry as a whole. Ms. Hundorfean has directed AHN’s impressive financial recovery. For the decade preceding her arrival, the network and its predecessor organization sustained substantial annual operating losses. But under her leadership, the network has now reported two straight years of positive operating and net income. In 2018, AHN also closed on $1 billion in long-term bond financing, the network’s first ever public financing vehicle and a strong indicator of the network’s solid financial foundation.

Lisa Shannon
Allina Health

Richard J. Liekweg
BJC HealthCare

Richard J. Liekweg is president and chief executive officer of BJC HealthCare, one of the nation’s largest nonprofit, integrated health care delivery organizations with over $6 billion in net revenues and more than 32,000 employees serving the greater St. Louis, southern Illinois and mid-Missouri regions. BJC is the largest provider of charity care, unreimbursed care and community benefit in Missouri, providing more than $800.8 million in financial assistance, education of health professionals, safety net services and community outreach programs. BJC’s patients have access to the latest advances in medical science and technology through a formal affiliation between BJC and the renowned Washington University School of Medicine, which consistently ranks among the top medical schools in the country. Barnes-Jewish Hospital and St. Louis Children’s Hospital rank among the most highly regarded teaching hospitals in the nation. BJC’s community and rural hospitals are also regularly recognized for excellence. Liekweg joined BJC HealthCare in 2009 as president of Barnes-Jewish Hospital and group president for BJC HealthCare. In 2015, Liekweg was promoted to executive vice president and subsequently president of BJC. He was named president and chief executive officer in January 2018. Before joining BJC, Liekweg served as chief executive officer and associate vice chancellor for the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) Medical Center from 2003-2009. Liekweg also spent more than 16 years at Duke University Health System, including serving as chief executive officer of Duke’s Durham Regional Hospital. He currently serves on the boards of several professional and community organizations including Vizient, Washington University, Missouri Hospital Association, Cortex, St. Louis Regional Health Commission, Greater St. Louis, Inc., BioSTL and Forest Park Forever. Liekweg holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Virginia and master’s degrees in health services administration and business administration, both from the University of Michigan.

Jen H. Chahanovich
Hawaii Pacific Health

Denise Napier is the president and chief executive officer of Health Partners Plans (HPP). She leads one of Southeastern Pennsylvania’s largest health maintenance organizations, with operations focusing on Medicare Advantage plans, a CHIP plan and a nationally recognized Medicaid plan. Under Ms. Napier's leadership, HPP puts members first, develops innovative programs to benefit communities and creates tremendous business growth. Ms. Napier has more than 25 years of results-driven leadership experience with Medicaid, Medicare and commercial products. Her areas of expertise include strategic planning, product development, mergers and acquisitions, operations, pharmacy, health care management, network management, regulatory compliance, expansions and start-ups. Ms. Napier has served as CEO for multiple health plans, focusing on improving financial and growth outcomes to obtain profitability and transform lives. Prior to becoming HPP’s president and CEO, she served as the company’s senior vice president of health care management operations and, more recently, as executive vice president of clinical and provider management. Ms. Napier’s supportive leadership has enabled HPP to create groundbreaking partnerships with the Metropolitan Area Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance (MANNA) and the Broad Street Ministry. Ms. Napier received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Widener University and her Master of Health Administration from St. Joseph’s University. She is also a registered nurse in Pennsylvania and New Jersey. She is a board member of the HealthShare Exchange, where she also serves as chair of the nominating committee. In addition, Ms. Napier is a board member of St. Christopher’s Foundation for Children.

Robert Sehring
OSF HealthCare

Robert Sehring is a Board Member at Osf Healthcare and Chief Executive Officer at Osf Healthcare and is based in Dunlap, Illinois. He has worked as Chief Operating Officer at Osf Healthcare and VP - Customer Business Unit at METLIFE INC. Robert works or has worked as BOARD MEMBER at OSF HEALTHCARE SAINT FRANCIS, INC and Chief Ministry Service Ofcr at Osf Healthcare. He attended Hofstra University between 1974 and 1978.

Elizabeth Dunne (Liz)

Elizabeth 'Liz' Dunne is a President/CEO at PEACEHEALTH. She has experience at MARIETTA MEMORIAL HOSPITAL and has worked as Lieutenant Colonel at United States Air Force and CEO:Community at Providence Health & Services.

Follow Chris van Gorder
Scripps Health

As president and CEO of Scripps Health since 2000, Chris Van Gorder has been instrumental in positioning Scripps among the nation’s foremost health care institutions. Now he is leading the restructure of the $3.1 billion, integrated health system to best prepare for the changes of health care reform.