Kaiser Permanente had another in a string of strong years financially in 2014, as net income jumped nearly 15 percent, to $3.1 billion, and enrollment soared by more than half a million.
During the first full year in which the Affordable Care Act exchanges were in operation, including Covered California in the Golden State, enrollment increased by more than 5.6 percent to about 9.6 million, a 510,000 uptick, the Oakland-based health care giant said. Roughly three-quarters of its enr...
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