Yazdi Bagli is executive vice president of Enterprise Business Services for Kaiser Foundation Health Plan, Inc. and Hospitals.
In this role, Bagli leads the Enterprise Business Services function, comprised of key shared services and operations that support the Kaiser Permanente enterprise.
He reports directly to Kaiser Permanente’s chair and chief executive officer and is a member of the National Executive Team.
Bagli is accountable for expanding and accelerating the shared services strategy across the organization to drive high-quality, cost-effective services in support of Kaiser Permanente’s mission. He leads an integrated model, which provides services as well as the IT that supports these services. His wide-ranging service portfolio includes: Buy to Pay and Supply Chain Operations, Revenue Cycle Management, Facilities Services (including capital planning and maintenance), Security Services, Human Resources Services, IT Workplace Services, IT Platforms and Operations, Clinical Technology, and Automation Services.
Bagli has nearly 30 years of global leadership in shared services IT, digital strategy, and business transformation. Prior to joining Kaiser Permanente, Bagli led enterprise business services at Walmart, including shared services and IT for finance, human resources, procurement, call centers, workplace services, and automation as a service. Bagli also spent more than 20 years at Procter & Gamble, serving in progressive leadership roles in 4 countries, deploying and running large-scale IT systems, leading large business transformation programs, and gaining expertise in running global shared services.
Bagli holds a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Shivaji University, India, and a Master of Business Administration from University of Mumbai, India. He attended the Executive Education program on IT Strategy at the Harvard Business School. Bagli has been a Global Council member of the Project Management Institute and is a certified trainer for Seven Habits of Highly Successful People from the Franklin Covey Institute.