Bernard Tyson, Kaiser Permanente CEO, Dies Unexpectedly at 60

… largest not-for-profit health plans serving 12.3 million members. Kaiser Permanente had roughly 9 million members when Tyson assumed the post.

During that same time, Tyson also grew revenue from $53 billion to more than $80 billion. He earned about $10 million in compensation in 2016, according to Modern Healthcare.

In addition to championing diversity, Tyson was also known as a driving force in affordable healthcare, as well as racial justice, CNN said. He was named one of the 100 Most Influential People by Time Magazine in 2017 and in 2018 was listed as one of that publication’s top 50 leaders in healthcare.