Kaiser Permanente's national infectious disease leader says that the organization is working with the state and the federal government to inform them on COVID-19 vaccine supply needs.
Kaiser Permanente’s national leader for Mental Health and Wellness shares insights in U.S. New and World Report on finding emotional equilibrium during the pandemic.
The Permanente Federation co-CEO tells The Wall Street Journal that intensive care units at hospitals are feeling the strain from a holiday influx of COVID-19 patients.
Kaiser Permanente’s infectious disease leader pleads with the public to limit the risk of COVID transmission to help reduce burdens on the health care system on KQED Forum.
In a New York Times op-ed, two emergency medicine doctors call for a public health campaign with trusted voices from the Black communities.
Paul Minardi, MD, president and executive medical director of Washington Permanente Medical Group, surveys the history of pandemics and finds that infectious disease outbreaks have driven transformation and innovation in public health.
Kaiser Permanente's national infectious disease leader urges people to adjust their behavior to prevent a new wave of COVID-19 cases from the holidays.
Kaiser Permanente, Sutter Health, and Dignity Health urge Californians to practice safety precautions during the holidays to reduce the surge of COVID-19 patients at hospitals.
The development of a COVID-19 vaccine is being celebrated by frontline physicians, clinicians, nurses, and medical staff across the country.
Permanente infectious disease leader Stephen Parodi, MD, shares how Kaiser Permanente is mobilizing clinicians and staff to where they are needed most – hospitals and emergency departments.