(By Howard Pankratz, The Denver Post - for the full text, click here)
Kaiser Permanente on Thursday said it will open an information technology campus in Greenwood Village that will employ about 500 people by 2015.
The center is to open in January, and some hiring has already started.
health care giant said its decision to locate the facility in Colorado
followed a national search and was prompted by a number of factors,
including the state's workforce and quality of life.
frankly, these jobs — this activity — in Colorado is intended to be a
launch pad for our next wave of innovation," said Kaiser executive vice
president Phil Fasano, who has headed Kaiser Permanente's IT efforts in