Healthcare Consortium Kaiser Permanente Appoints Dr. Shayan Rahman as New Assistant Chief of Neurosurgery

Dr. Shayan Rahman
Dr. Shayan Rahman

(Los Angeles, CA) February 8, 2017

Integrated managed care consortium, Kaiser Permanente (KP) has recently undergone a new change in management staff. They are pleased to announce that they have appointed Dr. Shayan Rahman to the position of Assistant Chief of the department of Neurosurgery. Having published an impressive repertoire of studies since his graduation in 2001 from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), Dr. Rahman has shown his dedication to remaining at the forefront of medical care and scientific principles by attending neurosurgery courses all over the United States.

With his recent promotion, he continues to be a dedicated consultant to the Clinical Neurosurgery in the USA online publication and a dedicated professor at his alma mater, UCLA’s Medical School.

For over 60 years, Kaiser Permanente has provided a unique integrated managed care service. With eight primary locations in the United States, it is the USA’s largest managed care program. Managed care programs aim to reduce the cost of healthcare by providing economic incentives to lower costs across a selection of medical practices that all follow the same fundamental principles. KP’s dedication to improving the health of their members and the communities they serve is accomplished by keeping on top of current healthcare trends and studies, a mission well suited to the dedication Dr. Rahman put towards presenting new and groundbreaking research.

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