This week’s photograph was actually taken June 18, 2015. A few things intervened in between then, like landmark Supreme Court rulings, hence the delay.
The photo is of the installation, testing, and docking of the first bicycles in one of the newest Capital Bikeshare Stations (@Bikeshare) in Washington, station number 353, we informally call it the #CTHNext station, since it’s installed in front of the Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health (@KPTotalHealth).
Kaiser Permanente (@KPShare) is a member of the Health Care Climate Council and one of the greenest health systems in the world.
It was a great honor to share several rooms at the White House (@WhiteHouse) yesterday with other committed health leaders, at the first Summit on Climate Change and Health.
I was present to give a 4 minute overview of Kaiser Permanente’s renewable energy projects. Continue reading→
I have been given permission to share this story about the KP Lantern project, which is currently hosted on the Kaiser Permanente Intranet for 200,000 physicians, nurses, and staff. You can learn more about KPLantern here. Thanks to Jennifer Downey in our National Public Relations and Communictions organization for putting this story together, and my … Continue reading Lantern: Lifting up the Transgender Person Voice in the nation’s largest non-profit health system
Floors we tend to save and build upon…
The demolition of the interior of the Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health (@KPTotalHealth) began this week, to prepare for the next version that we call #CTHNext. The sledgehammers that we wielded caused me to reflect on the work and people we’ve been involved with to date who also shatter things: Continue reading→
The future of health care and society looks a lot like the present in Washington, DC, where all human beings, including all gender identities, are represented and respected.
The capital of the United States is the most protective (future) State in the Union when it comes to the health and well being of LGBTQ human beings. It shows in the faces of the people who come here to celebrate the future. Isn’t our capital city gorgeous? Continue reading→
These are a few of the member personas that are being modeled in three dimensions to tell the story of Total Health when the Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health v2.0 (#CTHNext) opens after labor day. Continue reading→
As the sign says in the photograph. It is time to move into the future again, inclusively, even with different abilities . Today was the last day of operation of the Kaiser Permanente Center for Total Health Version 1, as we prepare for demolition and rebuilding of the space. Follow our hashtag #CTHNext and the … Continue reading Photo Friday: Goodbye Center for Total Health V1, Time for #CTHNext