Permanente pediatrician Kate Land, MD, discusses the challenges of talking to patients about getting the flu shot against the backdrop of COVID-19.
On the front lines of Kaiser Permanente’s pandemic response, infectious disease leaders play a key role in sharing research, building guidelines, and charting a national roadmap to flatten the coronavirus curve.
Edward Ellison, MD, executive medical director of Southern California Permanente Medical Group, shares how an integrated care system harnesses passion, innovation, and member-focused spirit to rise to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Physician leader and infectious disease specialist Stephen Parodi, MD, writes that the nation needs to address the current health predicament by focusing on the sprawling underfunded, undervalued public health infrastructure.
By employing a targeted network of community-based partnerships, Permanente physicians can address patients’ social health and begin to achieve health equity.
The late-stage clinical trial will test the vaccine in 1,400 adults at 4 sites in California and Oregon.
Best practices from The Permanente Medical Group on preparing these care facilities for older adults during a pandemic.
The COVID-19 pandemic sparks memories of the Chernobyl disaster for a Permanente physician, and reminds her about the significance of medicine to society.
The unprecedented impact of COVID-19 has been felt across the medical community, increasing concerns over PTSD and moral injury rising among physicians and care teams.
Kaiser Permanente research in Northern California backs anecdotal reports of people avoiding emergency care because of concerns over the coronavirus.