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- 6 months ago
Bernard Tyson, the CEO of Kaiser Permanente, died in his sleep early Sunday at the age of 60. Tyson had served as chief executive since 2013 and chairman since 2014 after a more than 30-year career with the company.
In addition to leading one of the nation's largest nonprofit health plans, Tyson was the company's first black CEO and a champion for accessible healthcare, racial justice and workplace diversity. Time Magazine named him to its "100 Most Influential People" list in 2017 and its list of 50 top leaders in healthcare in 2018. During his tenure at Kaiser, the company grew its workforce of 174,000 to 218,000 people, and its annual revenue from $53 billion to nearly $83 billion. Tyson also served on the board of directors for the American Heart Association and Salesforce and was a member of the Business Council, a group of the United States' 200 leading CEOs.
Based in Oakland, California, Kaiser Permanente is a not-for-profit hospital and health insurance system serving 12.3 million people in eight states and the District of Columbia. Executive Vice President and Group President Gregory Adams has been named as interim chairman and CEO, the company said Sunday.