PermanenteDocs Chat podcast on flu, COVID, and RSV vaccine safety and effectiveness updates with Sandra Fryhofer, MD, of the American Medical Association.
The Permanente Federation’s new co-CEO speaks with the AMA about value-based care and how it supports preventive care, and ways to reduce physician burnout.
A conversation on innovation in graduate medical education, co-presented with the American Medical Association, and featuring the AMA Chief Academic Officer Sanjay Desai, MD.
Northwest Permanente physician leader Colin Cave, MD, talks about the actions physicians and health systems can take to reduce the impact of greenhouse gas emissions on public health, especially vulnerable communities.
In a special edition of the Permanente Medicine Podcast, Northwest Permanente leader Colin Cave, MD, explains why climate change is a public health crisis.
In a recent webinar, the associate executive director of The Permanente Medical Group shared his perspective on how physicians can prepare themselves, their practice, and their patients for what’s next in moving beyond the pandemic.
In a video interview, the associate executive director of The Permanente Medical Group spoke on what the shift to endemic will mean for how health systems respond to COVID-19.
The Permanente Medical Group family physician discussed his role in developing ”OxiKit” – an open-source oxygen concentrator — with AMA News.
T. Ruth Chang says the keys to avoiding physician burnout include building a culture of wellness, optimizing the efficiency and efficacy of practice, and bringing joy and meaning to work.
Marcus C. Griffith, MD, discusses addressing vaccine hesitancy among historically marginalized racial and ethnic groups in a special feature episode of the Permanente Medicine Podcast with Chris Grant.