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KAISER FOUNDATION HOSPITALS

Mission Statement
TO PROVIDE HIGH-QUALITY, AFFORDABLE HEALTH CARE SERVICES TO IMPROVE THE HEALTH OF OUR MEMBERS AND THE COMMUNITIES WE SERVE

Formed 1948. The IRS granted this nonprofit coporation 501(c) status in June of 1949. Its accounting period ends in December.

This nonprofit coporation is categorized as Community Health Systems. (NTEE Code: E210)

Tax Code Designation: 501(c)(3)

Contributions are tax deductible.

Foundation Type: Hospital or medical research organization

Principal Officer: GEORGE C HALVORSON

Tax Returns for Kaiser Foundation Hospitals

Form 990 2012 Full Details

Tax Year: 2012 (2012-01-01 - 2012-12-31)

Revenue Breakdown

Contributions: $171,916,469

Investment Income: $691,358,421

Other Revenue: $83,041,135


Total Revenue
$18,543,043,972

Expenses Breakdown

Grants and Similiar: $64,000,882

Member Benefits: $0

Salaries, other compensation, and employee benefits: $7,264,033,133

Other Expenses: $9,449,254,366


Total Expenses
$16,777,288,381

Assets

Initial Net Assets or Fund Balances: $9,182,706,563

Deficit (Revenue - Expenses): $1,765,755,591

Total Liabilities $23,544,864,032


Final Net Assets or Fund Balances:

$11,443,030,980

Top Program Service Accomplishments

Expenses: $758,754,949
Revenue: $350,324,771

Medicaid and Other Government Sponsored Programs Kaiser Foundation Hospitals (KFH) is committed to improving the way beneficiaries of our Medicaid and other government sponsored programs receive care, not only in our facilities, but also in the communities we serve. In 2012, KFH participated in the Medicaid and Children's Health Insurance Plan (CHIP) programs in all of the states we serve as well as state-sponsored programs in Oregon and Washington. At the end of 2012, over 232,000 individuals were receiving access to inpatient care at KFH's facilities under Kaiser Foundation Health Plan Inc.'s Medicaid managed care programs in the states of California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington. Approximately 203,000 individuals were receiving similar benefits under the CHIP programs.

Expenses: $142,653,725
Revenue: $0

Medical Research Programs Four Kaiser Permanente research organizations based in California, Hawaii, and Oregon conduct population-based studies, health services research and clinical trials to answer important health policy and public health questions. These projects are funded both internally and externally through federal and state government agencies and other nonprofit organizations such as universities and foundations. While the research conducted by Kaiser Foundation Hospitals guides our clinicians' practice patterns and further enhances the health and medical care of our patients, it also contributes to the wealth of medical knowledge shared through widely-disseminated publications and presentations.

Expenses: $179,628,521 including grants of $36,595,404
Revenue: $18,949,198

SEE part iii, line 4a-d description

Activities Outside the United States

Region Number of Offices Number of employees, agents, and independent contractors. Activites Total Expenditures
South America 0 0 Investments $44,907,000
East Asia and the Pacific 0 0 Investments $423,080,000
Europe (Including Iceland and Greenland) 0 0 Investments $421,183,000
Middle East and North Africa 0 0 Investments $6,170,000
South Asia 0 0 Investments $1,450,000
Russia and the Newly Independent States 0 0 Investments $1,551,000
Sub-Saharan Africa 0 0 Investments $5,180,000
Central America and the Caribbean 0 0 Investments $3,788,649,000
Totals: $4,692,170,000

This organization maintains records to substantiate the amount of its grants and other assistance, the grantees' eligibility for the grants or assistance, and the selection criteria used to award the grants or assistance.

This organization was a U.S. transferor of property to a foreign corporation during the this tax year.

This organization had an ownership interest in a foreign corporation during the this tax year.

This organization was a direct or indirect shareholder of a passive foreign investment company or a qualified electing fund during the this tax year.

This organization had an ownership interest in a foreign partnership during the this tax year.

Form 990 2014 Full Details

Tax Year: 2014 (2014-01-01 - 2014-12-31)

Revenue Breakdown

Contributions: $124,049,341

Investment Income: $1,298,634,050

Other Revenue: $110,596,500


Total Revenue
$20,796,549,014

Expenses Breakdown

Grants and Similiar: $86,042,471

Member Benefits: $0

Salaries, other compensation, and employee benefits: $7,495,394,650

Other Expenses: $10,494,409,899


Total Expenses
$18,075,847,020

Assets

Initial Net Assets or Fund Balances: $17,168,608,094

Deficit (Revenue - Expenses): $2,720,701,994

Total Liabilities $26,427,878,874


Final Net Assets or Fund Balances:

$16,409,130,117

Top Program Service Accomplishments

Expenses: $736,614,328
Revenue: $396,855,322

Medicaid and Other Government Sponsored Programs Kaiser Foundation Hospitals (KFH) is committed to improving medical care for beneficiaries of Medicaid and other government sponsored programs, not only for Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. members, but also within the communities we serve. At the end of 2014, over 556,000 individuals were receiving access to inpatient and emergency care at KFH's facilities under Medicaid managed care programs in the states of California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington. Approximately 11,000 more individuals were receiving treatment under the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP). In addition, KFH provided health care on a fee-for-service basis for Medicaid beneficiaries who were not enrolled as Kaiser Foundation health plan, inc. members.

Expenses: $209,285,093
Revenue: $6,674,607

Charity Care (Medical Financial Assistance and Charitable Health Coverage) Kaiser Foundation Hospitals (KFH) provides charity care to low-income vulnerable patients through the Medical Financial Assistance (MFA) and Charitable Health Coverage (CHC) Programs. KFH offers financial assistance through the MFA program to help families and individuals with a demonstrated financial need pay for all or part of the cost of emergency or medically necessary care provided in Kaiser Permanente facilities and/or by Kaiser Permanente providers. In 2014, this program assisted approximately 173,000 qualifying applicants, including more than 46,000 patients who were not covered by a product offered by Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. The CHC programs offer regular Kaiser Foundation Health Plan membership at minimal cost to low income families who are not eligible for other public or privately sponsored coverage. More than 78,000 patients were receiving access to comprehensive health care through these programs at the end of 2014.

Expenses: $269,773,709 including grants of $86,042,471
Revenue: $17,222,868

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Activities Outside the United States

Region Number of Offices Number of employees, agents, and independent contractors. Activites Total Expenditures
South America 0 0 Investments $137,652,000
East Asia and the Pacific 0 0 Investments $202,437,000
Europe (Including Iceland and Greenland) 0 0 Investments $398,198,000
Middle East and North Africa 0 0 Investments $4,367,000
South Asia 0 0 Investments $26,940,000
Sub-Saharan Africa 0 0 Investments $10,502,000
Central America and the Caribbean 0 0 Investments $4,456,824,000
Totals: $5,236,920,000

This organization maintains records to substantiate the amount of its grants and other assistance, the grantees' eligibility for the grants or assistance, and the selection criteria used to award the grants or assistance.

Grants to Organizations Outside the U.S.

Region Purpose Disbursement Method Grant Amount
Europe (Including Iceland and Greenland) PassThrough Fed Proj n/a $128,322
East Asia and the Pacific PassThrough Fed Proj n/a $47,919
Total: $176,241

2 of the receipt organizations are recognized as charities by the foreign country, recognized as tax-exempt by the IRS, or has provided a section 501(c)(3) equivalency letter. 0 are noncharitable organizations.

This organization was a U.S. transferor of property to a foreign corporation during the this tax year.

This organization had an ownership interest in a foreign corporation during the this tax year.

This organization was a direct or indirect shareholder of a passive foreign investment company or a qualified electing fund during the this tax year.

This organization had an ownership interest in a foreign partnership during the this tax year.

Form 990 2013 Full Details

Tax Year: 2013 (2013-01-01 - 2013-12-31)

Revenue Breakdown

Contributions: $136,610,379

Investment Income: $1,120,678,907

Other Revenue: $95,261,006


Total Revenue
$20,013,171,194

Expenses Breakdown

Grants and Similiar: $138,464,888

Member Benefits: $0

Salaries, other compensation, and employee benefits: $7,669,093,333

Other Expenses: $10,071,331,383


Total Expenses
$17,878,889,604

Assets

Initial Net Assets or Fund Balances: $11,443,030,980

Deficit (Revenue - Expenses): $2,134,281,590

Total Liabilities $22,541,003,686


Final Net Assets or Fund Balances:

$17,168,608,094

Top Program Service Accomplishments

Expenses: $789,806,608
Revenue: $439,979,841

Kaiser Foundation Hospitals (KFH) is committed to improving medical care for beneficiaries of Medicaid and other government sponsored programs, not only for KFHP members, but also within the communities we serve. At the end of 2013, nearly 413,000 individuals were receiving access to inpatient and emergency care at KFH's facilities under Medicaid managed care programs in the states of California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington. Approximately 7,200 more individuals were receiving treatment under the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP). In addition, KFH provided health care on a fee-for-service basis for Medicaid beneficiaries who were not enrolled as KFHP members.

Expenses: $232,233,331
Revenue: $22,875,903

Kaiser Foundation Hospitals (KFH) provides charity care to low-income vulnerable patients through the Medical Financial Assistance (MFA) and Charitable Health Coverage (CHC) Programs. KFH offers financial assistance through the MFA program to help families and individuals with a demonstrated financial need pay for all or part of the cost of emergency or medically necessary care provided in Kaiser Permanente facilities and/or by Kaiser Permanente providers. In 2013, this program assisted approximately 169,000 qualifying applicants. The CHC programs offer regular Kaiser Foundation Health Plan membership at minimal cost to low income families who are not eligible for other public or privately sponsored coverage. Approximately 82,000 patients were receiving access to comprehensive health care through these programs at the end of 2013.

Expenses: $289,965,245 including grants of $116,360,474
Revenue: $13,402,438

SEE part iii, line 4a-d description

Activities Outside the United States

Region Number of Offices Number of employees, agents, and independent contractors. Activites Total Expenditures
South America 0 0 Investments $36,054,000
East Asia and the Pacific 0 0 Investments $99,287,000
Europe (Including Iceland and Greenland) 0 0 Investments $172,448,000
Middle East and North Africa 0 0 Investments $2,165,000
South Asia 0 0 Investments $7,521,000
Sub-Saharan Africa 0 0 Investments $18,632,000
Central America and the Caribbean 0 0 Investments $4,247,690,000
Totals: $4,583,797,000

This organization maintains records to substantiate the amount of its grants and other assistance, the grantees' eligibility for the grants or assistance, and the selection criteria used to award the grants or assistance.

Grants to Organizations Outside the U.S.

Region Purpose Disbursement Method Grant Amount
Europe (Including Iceland and Greenland) Research Grant n/a $106,869
East Asia and the Pacific Research Grant n/a $95,210
Total: $202,079

This organization was a U.S. transferor of property to a foreign corporation during the this tax year.

This organization had an ownership interest in a foreign corporation during the this tax year.

This organization was a direct or indirect shareholder of a passive foreign investment company or a qualified electing fund during the this tax year.

This organization had an ownership interest in a foreign partnership during the this tax year.

Form 990 2012 Full Details

Tax Year: 2012 (2012-01-01 - 2012-12-31)

Revenue Breakdown

Contributions: $171,916,469

Investment Income: $691,358,421

Other Revenue: $83,041,135


Total Revenue
$18,543,043,972

Expenses Breakdown

Grants and Similiar: $64,000,882

Member Benefits: $0

Salaries, other compensation, and employee benefits: $7,264,033,133

Other Expenses: $9,449,254,366


Total Expenses
$16,777,288,381

Assets

Initial Net Assets or Fund Balances: $9,182,706,563

Deficit (Revenue - Expenses): $1,765,755,591

Total Liabilities $23,544,864,032


Final Net Assets or Fund Balances:

$11,443,030,980

Top Program Service Accomplishments

Expenses: $758,754,949
Revenue: $350,324,771

Medicaid and Other Government Sponsored Programs Kaiser Foundation Hospitals (KFH) is committed to improving the way beneficiaries of our Medicaid and other government sponsored programs receive care, not only in our facilities, but also in the communities we serve. In 2012, KFH participated in the Medicaid and Children's Health Insurance Plan (CHIP) programs in all of the states we serve as well as state-sponsored programs in Oregon and Washington. At the end of 2012, over 232,000 individuals were receiving access to inpatient care at KFH's facilities under Kaiser Foundation Health Plan Inc.'s Medicaid managed care programs in the states of California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington. Approximately 203,000 individuals were receiving similar benefits under the CHIP programs.

Expenses: $142,653,725
Revenue: $0

Medical Research Programs Four Kaiser Permanente research organizations based in California, Hawaii, and Oregon conduct population-based studies, health services research and clinical trials to answer important health policy and public health questions. These projects are funded both internally and externally through federal and state government agencies and other nonprofit organizations such as universities and foundations. While the research conducted by Kaiser Foundation Hospitals guides our clinicians' practice patterns and further enhances the health and medical care of our patients, it also contributes to the wealth of medical knowledge shared through widely-disseminated publications and presentations.

Expenses: $179,628,521 including grants of $36,595,404
Revenue: $18,949,198

SEE part iii, line 4a-d description

Activities Outside the United States

Region Number of Offices Number of employees, agents, and independent contractors. Activites Total Expenditures
South America 0 0 Investments $44,907,000
East Asia and the Pacific 0 0 Investments $423,080,000
Europe (Including Iceland and Greenland) 0 0 Investments $421,183,000
Middle East and North Africa 0 0 Investments $6,170,000
South Asia 0 0 Investments $1,450,000
Russia and the Newly Independent States 0 0 Investments $1,551,000
Sub-Saharan Africa 0 0 Investments $5,180,000
Central America and the Caribbean 0 0 Investments $3,788,649,000
Totals: $4,692,170,000

This organization maintains records to substantiate the amount of its grants and other assistance, the grantees' eligibility for the grants or assistance, and the selection criteria used to award the grants or assistance.

This organization was a U.S. transferor of property to a foreign corporation during the this tax year.

This organization had an ownership interest in a foreign corporation during the this tax year.

This organization was a direct or indirect shareholder of a passive foreign investment company or a qualified electing fund during the this tax year.

This organization had an ownership interest in a foreign partnership during the this tax year.

Form 990 2010 Full Details

Tax Year: 2010 (2010-01-01 - 2010-12-31)

Revenue Breakdown

Contributions: $133,521,152

Investment Income: $494,874,341

Other Revenue: $60,462,846


Total Revenue
$16,592,237,790

Expenses Breakdown

Grants and Similiar: $88,566,500

Member Benefits: $0

Salaries, other compensation, and employee benefits: $6,249,584,279

Other Expenses: $8,882,396,666


Total Expenses
$15,220,547,445

Assets

Initial Net Assets or Fund Balances: $7,917,670,705

Deficit (Revenue - Expenses): $1,371,690,345

Total Liabilities $16,666,321,040


Final Net Assets or Fund Balances:

$9,079,375,627

Top Program Service Accomplishments

Expenses: $623,112,459
Revenue: $262,210,973

Medicaid and Other Government Sponsored Programs KFH is committed to improving the way Medicaid beneficiaries receive care, not only in our facilities, but also in the communities we serve. In 2010, KFH participated in a number of government programs. Medicaid Managed Care - provided comprehensive care for more than 191,000 managed care members; Medicaid Fee for Service - California and Hawaii participated in the State Children's Health Initiative - providing comprehensive health care, to more than 188,000 members.

Expenses: $140,265,711
Revenue: $0

Medical Research Programs For more than 40 years, Kaiser Permanente researchers have leveraged modest grants financed through the Federal Government, KFH's Community Benefit Programs and other private foundations into major discoveries that have served our communities, influenced national policy, and informed medical practice throughout the nation and the world. Many of the research studies address current health issues and improve care for common conditions where treatment is often linked to community-based efforts, and are broadly disseminated through articles and professional presentations. Kaiser Permanente investigators in California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington participated in research and evaluation studies, partnering with several prominent academic research institutions, including Harvard University, Oregon Health & Sciences University, Stanford University, University of California (Los Angeles, Berkeley, and San Francisco), University of Southern California, University of Washington, National Institutes of Health, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Expenses: $402,907,205 including grants of $47,108,829
Revenue: $25,263,582

SEE part iii, line 4a-d description

Form 990 2011 Full Details

Tax Year: 2011 (2011-01-01 - 2011-12-31)

Revenue Breakdown

Contributions: $192,069,957

Investment Income: $547,748,427

Other Revenue: $80,645,504


Total Revenue
$17,980,030,355

Expenses Breakdown

Grants and Similiar: $78,199,348

Member Benefits: $0

Salaries, other compensation, and employee benefits: $6,922,486,670

Other Expenses: $9,443,226,511


Total Expenses
$16,443,912,529

Assets

Initial Net Assets or Fund Balances: $9,079,375,627

Deficit (Revenue - Expenses): $1,536,117,826

Total Liabilities $19,765,732,734


Final Net Assets or Fund Balances:

$9,182,706,563

Top Program Service Accomplishments

Expenses: $646,508,479
Revenue: $320,193,965

Medicaid and Other Government Sponsored Programs KFH is committed to improving the way Medicaid beneficiaries receive care, not only in our facilities, but also in the communities we serve. In 2011, KFH participated in a number of government programs. Medicaid Managed Care - provided comprehensive care for more than 218,940 managed care members; Medicaid Fee for Service - California and Hawaii participated in the State Children's Health Initiative - providing comprehensive health care, to more than 194,536 members.

Expenses: $162,980,181
Revenue: $0

Medical Research Programs For more than 40 years, Kaiser Permanente researchers have leveraged modest grants financed through the Federal Government, KFH's Community Benefit Programs and other private foundations into major discoveries that have served our communities, influenced national policy, and informed medical practice throughout the nation and the world. Many of the research studies address current health issues and improve care for common conditions where treatment is often linked to community-based efforts, and are broadly disseminated through articles and professional presentations. Kaiser Permanente investigators in California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington participated in research and evaluation studies, partnering with several prominent academic research institutions, including Harvard University, Oregon Health & Sciences University, Stanford University, University of California (Los Angeles, Berkeley, and San Francisco), University of Southern California, University of Washington, National Institutes of Health, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Expenses: $172,088,660 including grants of $40,794,288
Revenue: $17,240,525

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Activities Outside the United States

Region Number of Offices Number of employees, agents, and independent contractors. Activites Total Expenditures
South America 0 0 Investments $25,227,574
East Asia and the Pacific 0 0 Investments $81,791,135
Europe (Including Iceland and Greenland) 0 0 Investments $209,515,877
Middle East and North Africa 0 0 Investments $10,870,889
South Asia 0 0 Investments $414,456
Central America and the Caribbean 0 0 Investments $2,379,717,179
Totals: $2,707,537,110

This organization does not maintain records to substantiate the amount of its grants and other assistance, the grantees' eligibility for the grants or assistance, and the selection criteria used to award the grants or assistance.

This organization was a U.S. transferor of property to a foreign corporation during the this tax year.

This organization was a direct or indirect shareholder of a passive foreign investment company or a qualified electing fund during the this tax year.

This organization had an ownership interest in a foreign partnership during the this tax year.

Form 990 2010 Full Details

Tax Year: 2010 (2010-01-01 - 2010-12-31)

Revenue Breakdown

Contributions: $133,521,152

Investment Income: $494,874,341

Other Revenue: $60,462,846


Total Revenue
$16,592,237,790

Expenses Breakdown

Grants and Similiar: $88,566,500

Member Benefits: $0

Salaries, other compensation, and employee benefits: $6,249,584,279

Other Expenses: $8,882,396,666


Total Expenses
$15,220,547,445

Assets

Initial Net Assets or Fund Balances: $7,917,670,705

Deficit (Revenue - Expenses): $1,371,690,345

Total Liabilities $16,666,321,040


Final Net Assets or Fund Balances:

$9,079,375,627

Top Program Service Accomplishments

Expenses: $623,112,459
Revenue: $262,210,973

Medicaid and Other Government Sponsored Programs KFH is committed to improving the way Medicaid beneficiaries receive care, not only in our facilities, but also in the communities we serve. In 2010, KFH participated in a number of government programs. Medicaid Managed Care - provided comprehensive care for more than 191,000 managed care members; Medicaid Fee for Service - California and Hawaii participated in the State Children's Health Initiative - providing comprehensive health care, to more than 188,000 members.

Expenses: $140,265,711
Revenue: $0

Medical Research Programs For more than 40 years, Kaiser Permanente researchers have leveraged modest grants financed through the Federal Government, KFH's Community Benefit Programs and other private foundations into major discoveries that have served our communities, influenced national policy, and informed medical practice throughout the nation and the world. Many of the research studies address current health issues and improve care for common conditions where treatment is often linked to community-based efforts, and are broadly disseminated through articles and professional presentations. Kaiser Permanente investigators in California, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington participated in research and evaluation studies, partnering with several prominent academic research institutions, including Harvard University, Oregon Health & Sciences University, Stanford University, University of California (Los Angeles, Berkeley, and San Francisco), University of Southern California, University of Washington, National Institutes of Health, Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Expenses: $402,907,205 including grants of $47,108,829
Revenue: $25,263,582

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