The regional chief of nephrology with Southern California Permanente Medical Group discusses dialysis options for people with kidney disease, including at centers and in the home.
Helping the media provide up-to-date information surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, our Permanente physician experts provide evidence-based medicine to ease fears.
In a wide-ranging podcast interview, The Permanente Federation’s executive vice president and chief information officer discusses the telehealth surge and use of predictive analytics during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Permanente Federation chief information officer says advances in artificial intelligence will eventually lead to better physician-patient interactions.
Senior investigator with Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute discusses learnings about the safety of a class of anti-anxiety medications often prescribed to older adults.
Permanente psychiatrist tells Healthline that long-term stress can trigger physical problems such as tension headaches, insomnia, high blood pressure, and a suppressed immune system.
This year’s flu season arrives with the backdrop of a pandemic, prompting physicians and health officials to get creative in promoting flu shots and finding safe ways to deliver the vaccine, according to a recently published Washington Post story.
In interviews with the American Medical Association, The Permanente Federation co-CEO discusses the importance of contact tracing and Kaiser Permanente’s $63 million commitment to assist local health departments.
The Permanente Federation chief information officer describes aspects of telehealth physicians need to consider when caring for older adults.
Stephen Parodi, MD, shared his insights on the field of epidemiology and what makes it personally fulfilling for him in U.S. News & World Report.