The Black maternal health crisis is fueled by disparities in care and unaddressed social determinants of health. Hereare 6 ways physician leaders can begin to reverse the inequities.
In the final episode of the 2023 Permanente Medicine Podcast season, Nkem Chukwumerije, MD, and Ron Copeland, MD, join host Chris Grant to discuss the evolution of equity, inclusion, and diversity in medicine.
Permanente family medicine physician Raj Sundar, MD, created a podcast to advance health equity by helping clinicians understand the cultural differences of patients.
Watch a replay or listen to the podcast of this chat on advancing women physicians and building an inclusive environment in health care.
This live chat and podcast looked at the experience of Permanente obstetrician-gynecologist Fonda Mitchell, MD, and her career in medicine.
Speaking at thINc 360, Leong Koh, MD, Nancy Gin, MD, Vivian Reyes, MD, and Edward Lee, MD, highlight how the rapid adoption of technology during the pandemic is yielding good clinical and health equity returns.
Kaiser Permanente research published in JAMA Internal Medicine shows patients participating in video visits with their primary care doctors benefited from having a medical assistant help connect the call.
The medical school is the 6th most diverse in the nation and 2nd in California, according to U.S. News and World Report.
Watch the replay of this Facebook Live chat on the advancement of women physicians and continued challenges to address.
A regional Kaiser Permanente program eliminated disparities in colorectal cancer death rates between Black and white members.