Health and aging experts advocate for a shift in clinical perspectives on the fast-growing older adult population.
Convenient colorectal cancer screening is now recommended for patients ages 45 to 49.
Jeff Krawcek, MD, now leads one of the state’s largest physician groups, advancing high-quality care, innovation, technology, and research.
A Colorado Permanente Medical Group internist reflects on the trials and tribulations of the COVID-19 year.
In an interview with the New York Times, Rebecca Boxer, MD, discusses how a new clinical trial will serve a population greatly in need of targeted COVID-19 treatments.
The COVID-19 pandemic sparks memories of the Chernobyl disaster for a Permanente physician, and reminds her about the significance of medicine to society.
Permanente obstetrician-gynecologist Kim Warner, MD, supports girls and women in their health journey at home and abroad.
Permanente doctors connect with their love of music, striking new notes so they can better care for their patients.
The chief quality officer of Colorado Permanente Medical Group was one of two speakers at this week's Innovative Approaches to Complex Care webinar.
A front page story in today’s Denver Post looks at various ways health care systems are addressing transgender patients in medical records, citing as an example Kaiser Permanente’s practice of gender self-identification in electronic health records.