Family medicine physician Alex McDonald, MD, shares the reality of the pandemic on social media.
Kaiser Permanente research published in JAMA Cardiology identifies national trend linked to aging of baby boomers and upturn in heart disease mortality.
Cheri Lowre, MD, assistant chief of Ob-Gyn at Kaiser Permanente Panorama City Medical Center, and Marianna Volodarskiy, MSN, RN, NE-BC, discusses a new Kaiser Permanente Southern California program that reduces C-section rates among pregnant women.
Speaking at the Healthy Returns event in New York, Federation co-CEO Edward Ellison, MD, talks about the fundamental changes needed at health care organizations to prevent physician burnout.
Permanente pediatrician Kate Land, MD, writes that because of the health effects of adverse childhood experiences, child abuse is an issue not just for pediatricians but all doctors.
Yong Shin, MD, of Northwest Permanente leads one of the top-rated cardiac care programs in the country at Kaiser Permanente's Northwest Center for Heart and Vascular Care in Oregon.
Sameer Awsare, MD, associate executive director at The Permanente Medical Group, addresses the need to curb prices on biologics to protect patients.
Imelda Dacones, MD, shares how Northwest Permanente head and neck surgeons reduced pediatric opioid use after tonsillectomies.
Karen Ching, MD, PharmD, is a national Permanente quality leader who focuses on initiatives improving care for patients with complex conditions.
Permanente physician and researcher Stephen Sidney, MD, MPH, has identified important disparities in heart health, leading to new approaches to preventing heart disease.