Kaiser Permanente research published in JAMA Cardiology identifies national trend linked to aging of baby boomers and upturn in heart disease mortality.
Kaiser Permanente research found diabetes occurred 3 times more often among normal-BMI Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders than normal-BMI whites.
An algorithm developed by Kaiser Permanente researchers in Northern California could refer more at-risk patients for the preventive medication PrEP.
A study published in Annals of Internal Medicine found 9 out of 10 Kaiser Permanente members using primary care video visits were confident about the quality of care they received.
Kaiser Permanente researchers and Permanente physicians write in a JAMA Pediatrics editorial about the need to overcome barriers to screening and preventive interventions.
A study looking at a program helping patients quit smoking around the time of their surgery shows initial results are promising.
Research led by Dana Sax, MD, found that tele-triage of chest pain can safely refer people for care in venues other than the Emergency Department.
Permanente physician and researcher Stephen Sidney, MD, MPH, has identified important disparities in heart health, leading to new approaches to preventing heart disease.
New study culminates decades of groundbreaking research and clinical initiatives on the effectiveness of population-based screening.
Douglas Corley, MD, PhD, takes on a new role to lead delivery science program for optimizing care and treatment in Kaiser Permanente Northern California.