The Permanente Federation chief information officer talks about the importance of physician leadership in identifying and refining technologies to reduce the burden on physicians and improve quality of care.
The Northwest Permanente infectious disease specialist discusses how focus is shifting toward vaccinating younger people as cases climb among that population.
Kaiser Permanente’s national infectious disease leader suggests bringing COVID-19 vaccines directly to communities, supported by physicians and other trusted messengers.
Kaiser Permanente infectious disease leader says physicians now have a huge task to restore confidence in vaccines.
In an interview with Becker’s Healthcare founder and publisher Scott Becker, Northwest Permanente’s president and CEO calls climate change “a threat multiplier” in communities already hit hard by COVID-19.
The Northwest Permanente president and CEO writes that now is the time to leverage lessons learned during the pandemic to implement environmentally responsible behaviors.
The co-director of Kaiser Permanente’s Sports Medicine Fellowship commented on research findings that more-active people with COVID-19 were less likely to be hospitalized or die from the illness.
Helping the media provide up-to-date information surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, our Permanente physician experts provide evidence-based medicine to ease fears.
The Northwest Permanente president and CEO says that despite an increase in female medical school graduates, in practice unconscious biases prevent women from advancing to leadership positions.
Andrew Liu, DO, hospitalist with The Permanente Medical Group, tells NPR about how he adapted Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “My Shot” to put a hip spin on promoting COVID-19 vaccination.