Kaiser Permanente’s national infectious disease leader suggests that vaccinated people may want to take precautions to protect everyone against delta variant when gathering with unvaccinated people.
Kaiser Permanente’s national infectious disease leader says 99% of hospitalizations in California are among people who remain unvaccinated.
The CPMG pediatrician and member of a CDC vaccine advisory committee says that despite rare heart problems following vaccination, the benefits of COVID-19 vaccination greatly outweigh the risks in young people.
The Permanente Medicine Podcast with Chris Grant welcomes Permanente physician leaders Tinisha Cheatham, DO, and Craig Robbins, MD, as they discuss keys to get more Americans vaccinated from COVID-19.
The Permanente Medical Group associate executive director told Fierce Healthcare that Kaiser Permanente has launched a multifaceted campaign to support the Biden administration’s goal of a 70% national COVID-19 vaccination rate by Independence Day.
The Northwest Permanente infectious disease specialist discusses how focus is shifting toward vaccinating younger people as cases climb among that population.
Kaiser Permanente’s national infectious disease leader suggests bringing COVID-19 vaccines directly to communities, supported by physicians and other trusted messengers.
Kaiser Permanente infectious disease leader says physicians now have a huge task to restore confidence in vaccines.
Students from the Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine apply new clinical skills to help protect community from COVID-19.
Andrew Liu, DO, hospitalist with The Permanente Medical Group, tells NPR about how he adapted Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “My Shot” to put a hip spin on promoting COVID-19 vaccination.