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Q&A: Kaiser Permanente CEO Halvorson on Retirement
Health Leaders Media

Kaiser Permanente chairman and CEO George Halvorson says he’ll retire from “the best job in healthcare on the planet” in December 2013

For 10 years, Halvorson has been the chief of two companies—the nation’s largest nonprofit health plan and a health system with 37 hospitals and 600 medical offices—which bring $50 billion in annual revenue from nine million enrollees in nine states. He has been among the highest paid health care executives, earning $7.7 million in 2010, according to a Kaiser spokeswoman.