In a recent opinion piece for the Annals of Internal Medicine, Permanente Federation co-CEO Edward M. Ellison, MD, highlights the importance of addressing the total cost of physician burnout. In “Beyond the Economics of Burnout,” Dr. Ellison writes in support…
Edward Ellison, MD, co-CEO of The Permanente Federation, today was named to Modern Healthcare’s annual list of the “100 Most Influential People in Healthcare” for 2019.
Edward M. Ellison, MD, co-CEO of The Permanente Federation, kicked off a 10-day #GratitudeisMedicine challenge so everyone who contributes to the practice of Permanente Medicine can share what they're grateful for over social media.
Edward Ellison, MD, highlights how a large multispecialty medical group provides distinct care advantages.
Edward M. Ellison, MD, co-CEO, The Permanente Federation, shares how individual patients can more actively engage with their pain management doctor and the importance of physicians taking a multidisciplinary approach.
Southern California Permanente Medical Group (SCPMG) received recognition from the American Medical Association (AMA) at the 2019 American Conference on Physician Health (ACPH) this past weekend for its exceptional efforts to address systematic causes of physician burnout.
Edward Ellison, MD, writes how Permanente Medicine prepares future doctors in practicing physician-led medicine.
A new Harvard Business Review story on burnout quotes Edward M. Ellison, MD, co-CEO, The Permanente Federation, on the massive negative impacts of physician burnout, innovations to address it, and what leaders can do to prevent purpose-driven employees in their own organizations from suffering.
Watch this video of Edward Ellison, MD, co-CEO of The Permanente Federation, highlighting the value of the Kaiser Permanente Research Bank.
Edward M. Ellison, MD, executive medical director and chairman at the Southern California Permanente Medical Group, in a new Medscape Medical News story outlines the benefits of an expanded definition of burnout in the World Health Organization’s new International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11).