Permanente physician leader Edward Ellison, MD, shares 5 critical skills leaders can embrace during difficult times.
In an interview with Harvard Business Review, The Permanente Federation co-CEO underscores the importance of agility, interdependence, and camaraderie in surviving stressful events.
In an interview with Fortune magazine, The Permanente Federation co-CEO says he hopes the pandemic will persuade employers to prioritize their workers’ mental health.
Edward Ellison, MD, executive medical director of Southern California Permanente Medical Group, shares how an integrated care system harnesses passion, innovation, and member-focused spirit to rise to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Kaiser Permanente Bernard J. Tyson School of Medicine opened on July 27, as its inaugural class of 50 students began their journey to becoming future leaders in the medical field.
Edward M. Ellison, MD, co-CEO of The Permanente Federation, addresses the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on Black and Latinx communities.
In a wide-ranging interview Friday with CNBC about COVID-19, Edward M. Ellison, MD, executive medical director and chairman of Southern California Permanente Medical Group, characterized the remdesivir clinical trial as “encouraging.”
Edward M. Ellison, MD, co-CEO of The Permanente Federation, shared on a CNBC broadcast the many ways in which the Permanente Medical Groups have been planning aggressively for a surge of coronavirus patients.
Edward Ellison, MD, writes how courage and curiosity can create an inclusive workplace and improve the quality of patient care.
Two articles released this week spotlighted the growing concern over physician burnout in the United States, quoting Permanente leaders and researchers who are drawing attention on what can be done to address physician well-being.