Welcome to Kaiser Permanente

At Kaiser Permanente, we know your organization has unique needs. That's why we offer a variety of provider networks, benefit options, and services for you to choose from. We'll work with you to develop a customized health program that's right for your employees and your budget, whether it features a single plan or a combination of several of our plans.

Core HMO

 

Our Core plan provides your employees with quality care from the high-performing physicians at Kaiser Permanente medical facilities and thousands of network providers.1

  • More than 1,000 Kaiser Permanente doctors and other clinicians2
  • 37 Kaiser Permanente medical facilities and pharmacies1
  • More than 16,000 additional network providers1

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Access PPO

Our Access PPO plan gives your employees maximum choice with access to one of the state’s largest preferred provider networks — and it’s the only PPO plan that offers access to our high-performing health system at Kaiser Permanente medical facilities.

  • Kaiser Permanente clinicians, medical facilities, and pharmacies
  • More than 26,000 additional network providers1
  • Access to most providers and designated pharmacies in our service area, including UW Medicine, Swedish Physicians, MultiCare, CHI Franciscan, PeaceHealth, Providence, and more
  • First Choice Health network providers for Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Montana, and Idaho
  • First Health network providers for all other states
  • OptumRx network pharmacies nationwide
  • Access to any other licensed provider at the out-of-network benefit level

Elect PPO

Our Elect PPO3 plans offer the choice and flexibility of in-network care from the high-performing Kaiser Permanente provider network within our Washington service area, and from the broad provider networks of First Choice Health and First Health outside our Washington service area.

  • Kaiser Permanente clinicians, medical facilities, and pharmacies
  • More than 16,000 additional network providers1
  • First Choice Health network providers for in-network care outside the service area counties in Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Montana, and Idaho
  • First Health network providers for in-network care in all other states
  • Access to any other licensed provider at the out-of-network benefit level

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Health360

Developed in collaboration with Delta Dental of Washington, our Health360 plan offers integrated dental benefits for whole body health. By combining a Kaiser Permanente health plan with a Delta Dental PPO plan, members enjoy access to high-quality Kaiser Permanente medical care and the nation’s largest contracted network of dentists in a single package.

Enhanced benefits for members include:

  • Extra annual dental care visits — at no additional cost — for members with qualifying health conditions, including heart disease, diabetes, and pregnancy
  • Increases to their annual dental plan maximum if they receive dental preventive care

Benefits for employers include:

  • Bundled pricing, with one combined quote for a medical and dental package
  • Single point of contact for many aspects of medical and dental plan administration
  • Potential cost savings due to improvements in employees’ overall health4

Medical plans offered and underwritten by Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Washington or Kaiser Foundation Health Plan of Washington Options, Inc. Dental plans offered and underwritten by Delta Dental of Washington.

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1 OIC Provider Network Form A
2Washington Permanente Medical Group personnel records
3Elect PPO plans are available to employees of small businesses headquartered in King, Kitsap, Pierce, Snohomish, and Thurston counties.
4Jeffcoat, et al. “Impact of Periodontal Therapy on General Health: Evidence from Insurance Data for Five Systemic Conditions.” Am J Prev Med 2014; 47(2): 166–174.