Watch a replay of the conversation on ways Kaiser Permanente is caring for the mental health and well-being of its members.
Psychiatrists Mabel Bongmba, MD, Gregory Kellermeyer, MD, and Maria Koshy, MD, highlight how clinicians help patients build mental resilience during the pandemic.
Kaiser Permanente’s national leader for Mental Health and Wellness shares insights in U.S. New and World Report on finding emotional equilibrium during the pandemic.
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, was quoted in an article by The Wall Street Journal sharing how the COVID-19 pandemic takes its toll on frontline physicians and nurses.
Don Mordecai, MD, a psychiatrist with The Permanente Medical Group and Kaiser Permanente’s national leader for mental health and wellness, describes in a CNBC article how the organization has been using the Calm mobile app in clinical settings to support patients’ mental health prior to recently expanding its availability to members.
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.
Through screening and intervention, primary care may be the most effective place to address suicide risk.