Stephen Parodi, MD, discusses how front-line medical workers have leveraged baby monitors to help address some of the day-to-day challenges of treating those with the highly contagious COVID-19.
A recent NBC News segment on the Today Show highlighted new evidence that some states’ early warnings to stay home could be paying off.
In an opinion piece in MedPage Today, Stephen Parodi, MD, executive vice president of The Permanente Federation, calls for calm, focus, and ingenuity among private and public health care professionals as they work to mitigate the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Kaiser Permanente, which serves more than 9 million members in California, has witnessed a promising trend over the past 2 weeks since social distancing measures were implemented across the state, Stephen Parodi, MD, executive vice president of The Permanente Federation, told The Associated Press.
Stephen Parodi, MD, an infectious disease physician and associate executive director with The Permanente Medical Group in Northern California, said in a statement to Politico that Kaiser Permanente is “seeing a leveling off of COVID-19 cases in our hospitals” across Northern California, where it serves 4.4 million members.
The Permanente Federation's chief quality officer shares how Kaiser Permanente is among the growing number of health care providers adding COVID-19 testing in California.
In an interview with U.S. News and World Report, the Permanente infectious disease specialist explains how "isolation" is a better description of the state of affairs for most Americans during the coronavirus pandemic.
The maternity director at Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center discussed how the organization is offering inducement of labor for pregnant women at 39 weeks in light of the coronavirus outbreak.
Stephen Parodi, MD, associate executive director and infectious disease specialist with The Permanente Medical Group, explains the uses of data to determine whether social distancing is working in a Politico story published today.
Wendy Smith, MD, an otolaryngologist with The Permanente Medical Group, discussed new evidence that symptoms of the coronavirus may affect the senses of smell and taste, in a story on the ABC News website.