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Kaiser membership and revenue up, but income down 22% in Q2
San Francisco Business Times

Kaiser Permanente’s net income dropped 22 percent to $514 million in the second quarter ended June. The Oakland health insurance and hospital giant’s membership has grown by 87,000 since the end of 2011 and is over the 9 million mark. However, it seems possible that membership actually declined since the first quarter, since Kaiser said in May its tally of members had grown by 94,000 since the end of 2011. Now that figure is lower by 7,000 people.