Permanente emergency management and infectious disease specialists play a key role as flu season and COVID-19 converge to create the threat of a “twindemic.”
Permanente physician leader Edward Ellison, MD, shares 5 critical skills leaders can embrace during difficult times.
A new assessment tool developed by researchers and physicians at Kaiser Permanente helps guide clinical decisions in emergency departments and urgent care centers.
Permanente internist and Kaiser Permanente national clinical diabetes guidelines lead John Martin, MD, says the traditional care model is shifting to a remote, team-led approach.
A transition accelerated by a pandemic could permanently shift more care delivery to "patients’ turf."
Kaiser Permanente among 25 recipients of grants from National Cancer Institute’s SeroNet program.
Division of Research physician researchers and other investigators examine the pandemic’s effects from all angles.
Health care system provides model for screening patients for access to food, housing, and other essential factors for health.
Physicians at The Permanente Medical Group published a playbook that provides comprehensive guidance for youth, high school, and collegiate athletes to return to sports safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Permanente pediatrician Kate Land, MD, discusses the challenges of talking to patients about getting the flu shot against the backdrop of COVID-19.