Bernard Tyson, CEO of Kaiser Permanente, Dies at 60

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Bernard Tyson attends the 4th Annual California Fire Foundation Gala at Avalon Hollywood on March 22, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (Joshua Blanchard/Getty Images for California Fire Foundation)

Kaiser Permanente chairman and CEO Bernard Tyson, known as a visionary leader who advocated for equity in the health care industry, died unexpectedly in his sleep Sunday. Forum remembers his impact on the Bay Area community and beyond.

Guests:

Jim Wunderman, president and CEO, Bay Area Council

Barbara Lee, U.S. representative, California's 13th congressional district

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