Here are eight moves from Oakland, Calif.-based Kaiser Permanente that Becker's has reported on since April 26:
1. Kaiser Permanente is facing a proposed class-action lawsuit alleging that the health system let companies such as Google, Twitter and Microsoft intercept certain patient data.
2. Kaiser committed $10 million to support Denver Health as the Colorado system navigates unprecedented financial pressures.
3. Kaiser decided that it will not buy a property in Live Oak, Calif., where it had planned to develop a 160,000-square-foot medical building.
4. Kaiser selected Linda Tolbert, MD, as executive medical director for the Washington Permanente Medical Group in Seattle.
5. The Permanente Medical Group, part of Kaiser, launched a new AI and machine learning program that will grant three to five health systems up to $750,000.
6. Kaiser Permanente appointed Abhishek Dosi senior vice president and area manager of its Santa Rosa service area.
7. Kaiser Permanente reported $233 million in operating income for the first quarter.
8. Kaiser acquired Geisinger Health in a deal that will make the Danville, Pa.-based health system the first to join Risant Health, Kaiser's new nonprofit organization.