Stanford Medicine's 2nd annual EHR National Symposium gathers leading experts from health care, technology, and policy to discuss the future of electronic health systems and their potential to advance personalized and predictive medicine. Permanente Medicine will be featured in the…
The chief information officer of The Permanente Federation says that training artificial intelligence algorithms for medical devices on insufficiently diverse data can lead to greater health disparities.
A transition accelerated by a pandemic could permanently shift more care delivery to "patients’ turf."
In a wide-ranging podcast interview, The Permanente Federation’s executive vice president and chief information officer discusses the telehealth surge and use of predictive analytics during the COVID-19 pandemic.
More Kaiser Permanente members get comfortable with virtual visits such as phone and video appointments during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Stay-at-home orders to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus have significantly accelerated the use of telehealth in California, making such visits the “new normal” during current the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a recent story in CalMatters.
Edward Lee, MD, executive vice president and chief information officer with The Permanente Federation, told Voice of America that he now sees as many as 20 patients a day using telehealth in his practice as an internal medicine physician, in order to keep patients safe during the current coronavirus pandemic.
As more health systems embrace telemedicine during the COVID-19 pandemic, The Permanente Federation Chief Information Officer Ed Lee, MD, explained that Kaiser Permanente is using telehealth as a default for most visits
In a recent Physicians Practice story, Edward Lee, MD, executive vice president and chief information officer, The Permanente Federation, highlights the importance of overcoming social needs that present barriers to medical care.
Edward Lee, MD, The Permanente Federation’s executive vice president for Information Technology and chief information officer, in a recent video interview highlighted various ways electronic health records and other technologies are improving and expanding access to health care.