The Permanente Medical Group associate executive director stresses the need for taking a measured approach to lifting COVID-19 restrictions.
The executive vice president of The Permanente Federation writes that remote care tools have made it possible to bring hospital-level care into patients’ homes, but regulatory waivers are needed to continue after the COVID-19 public health emergency ends.
A survey of more than 20,000 people shows that individuals who exercised more during the initial lockdown period of the pandemic experienced less anxiety and depression than those who didn’t.
The Permanente pediatrician and member of the CDC vaccine advisory committee says data collected so far only definitively shows that people over 65 will benefit from additional COVID protection.
The emergency medicine physician for The Permanente Medical Group writes in STAT that the recovery phase of disaster management holds valuable lessons for today’s health care workers.
The Southeast Permanente Medical Group psychiatrist tells the American Medical Association that about half of his vaccine-hesitant patients change their minds about taking a COVID shot after a conversation.
The Permanente Federation chief information officer says patient-centered models, technology-driven innovations, and the need to be more flexible with hospital capacity were considered in a decision to invest in providing hospital-level care at home.
An expert panel will explore how the COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the challenges of achieving health equity.
Kaiser Permanente national infectious disease leader tells Hearst TV that physicians, nurses, and other clinicians facing burnout can benefit from peer support.
Psychiatrists Mabel Bongmba, MD, Gregory Kellermeyer, MD, and Maria Koshy, MD, highlight how clinicians help patients build mental resilience during the pandemic.