Kaiser Permanente has established a national program for uninsured children. Kaiser devotes a minimum of $30 million annually to subsidize health care coverage for uninsured and underinsured children, with a goal of helping 70,000 children each year.
Advancing medical knowledge through clinical and health services research is a key part of helping to improve the health of communities. Kaiserís community investments support research for important medical and social needs such as:
preventing infectious disease
improving health care for adolescents
improving health care for underserved populations
For nearly 50 years, Kaiser Permanente researchers have turned modest grants into major discoveries that have served our communities, influenced national policy, and affected medical practices throughout the nation and the world.
Kaiser offers health insurance plans for individuals, families and groups. Kaiser health insurance plans are designed to meet every budget and every health insurance need.
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