Kaiser Permanente’s Two Largest Regions Get New Leaders
Janet Liang was named president of the Northern California region, while Julie Miller-Phipps takes on the same role in Southern California.
San Francisco Business Times:
Kaiser Permanente Promotes 2 Execs To Lead Largest Divisions
Kaiser Permanente, one of the biggest health care systems in the country, has promoted two executives to run its largest regions: Northern California, with roughly 4 million enrollees, and Southern California, with 4.2 million. Together, the two Golden State units cover 77 percent of Kaiser's 10.6 million enrollees nationally. Janet Liang, currently the unit's chief operating officer, was named president of the Northern California region. Kaiser said her current job will be folded into the new one. Julie Miller-Phipps takes on the same role in Southern California. (Rauber, 7/15)