As the United States’ population ages, more primary care physicians will be responsible for meeting the unique needs of older adults through person-centered, high-quality care. For guidance, primary care physicians can look to evidence-based best practices in the field of geriatrics to care for this growing population.
Southern California Permanente Medical Group’s chief innovation officer recognized for driving programs that bring the future of healthcare to patients.
Physician leader Ramin Davidoff, MD, writes about older health care innovations — house calls, value-based care, and care coordination — that are being revived.
Ruth Chang, MD, and Ed Lee, MD, join host Chris Grant on the Permanente Medicine Podcast to discuss how innovation and technology impact physician well-being.
Listen to how Kaiser Permanente is using smart technology like wearables to provide high-quality care to patients.