Kaiser Permanente pioneered a program that uses its electronic health record to flag potential patient safety issues, including delayed or missed diagnoses.
The Permanente Medical Groups work to foster a culture of wellness and improve physician wellness and resilience through a variety of initiatives.
As the health care industry faces staggering physician burnout statistics, the Permanente Medical Groups pursue a unified approach to addressing the issue, developing a wellness culture that puts doctors at the center.
Kaiser Permanente encourages the use of long-acting reversible contraception as a first-line contraception in family planning.
Kaiser Permanente’s telehealth initiatives, with collaboration from our physicians, use technology to help improve quality care delivery to patients.
The Permanente Medical Groups utilize a four-pronged approach to prescription opioids that focuses on physician education, community protection, patient safety, and patient education.
The Portland, Ore.-based physician group becomes the first in the world to be designated a B Corporation, reinforcing its mission of serving the community and improving the environment.
Registered dietitian Denise Schaefer helps lead efforts at our Southern California Center for Healthy Living to improve patients' total health.
New technology lets Kaiser Permanente patients in Southern California conveniently submit their glucose levels.
A Permanente plastic surgeon uses minimally invasive surgery with natural materials from a patient’s body for faster recovery and less scarring and muscle damage.