Frederick Chen, MD, discusses the connection between climate change and public health, highlighting the effects of extreme weather events, vector-borne illnesses, and implications for patients of all ages.
Permanente family medicine physician Raj Sundar, MD, created a podcast to advance health equity by helping clinicians understand the cultural differences of patients.
First class at Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine completes 2-year course to understand community health needs.
The 2022 season of The Permanente Medicine Podcast launches with host Chris Grant welcoming Kaiser Permanente leaders Bechara Choucair, MD, and David Grossman, MD, as they share perspectives on the importance of social and community health.
Health care system provides model for screening patients for access to food, housing, and other essential factors for health.
Kaiser Permanente has adapted its Social Health Playbook: COVID-19 to share with others in the field and deepen the health sector’s commitment to addressing the social determinants of health.
Kaiser Permanente’s recent launch of Thrive Local – the most comprehensive, far-reaching social health network of its kind – promises to improve the health of individual patients and impact social determinants of health on a grand scale, according to Imelda Dacones, MD, Northwest Permanente’s president and chief executive officer, who is quoted in a recent HealthLeaders story.