PermanenteDocs Chat podcast on flu, COVID, and RSV vaccine safety and effectiveness updates with Sandra Fryhofer, MD, of the American Medical Association.
Physician leader Stephen Parodi, MD, tells The Washington Post that “social isolation is not good for us,” so pursue joyful activities as COVID becomes endemic.
Helping the media provide up-to-date information surrounding the coronavirus pandemic, our Permanente physician experts provide evidence-based medicine to ease fears.
Learn more about the Hawaii Permanente Medical Group's response to COVID and how they're moving forward to care for patients with long COVID.
In a special edition of the Permanente Medicine Podcast, Richard S. Isaacs, MD, FACS, discusses the far-reaching impact of COVID-19 on health care and the innovations that lie ahead.
Register to attend During the last two years, clinicians have had to approach the traditional flu season in untraditional ways because of COVID-19. This year is no different as people move out of the pandemic, questions remain among patients about…
Learn more about the threat of a tripledemic of RSV, the flu, and COVID this winter in this PermanenteDocs Chat with Matthew Daley, MD, pediatrician with Colorado Permanente Medical Group.
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.
Permanente leader Stephen Parodi, MD, underscores the importance of Congress passing a bipartisan, bicameral Hospital Inpatient Services Modernization Act.
Stephen Parodi, MD, shares how a 2-year CMS waiver extension can support continued innovation and research toward a permanent framework for hospital-at-home programs.