Anecdotal reports over the last year show some women – particularly mothers – left the workforce during COVID-19 as they faced more responsibilities at home, impacting for years the pipeline of women in leadership positions. It is more important than…
In a special edition of the Permanente Medicine Podcast, Richard S. Isaacs, MD, FACS, discusses the far-reaching impact of COVID-19 on health care and the innovations that lie ahead.
Permanente Medicine Podcast 2022 season on physician leadership, transformational innovation, and health care trends earns top honor for Podcast Campaign of the Year.
The Permanente Federation executive vice president and chief quality officer was recognized by Modern Healthcare as one of this year’s “25 Top Innovators” for leading transformative programs to improve maternal health.
#JustTheVaxx live chat and broad social media campaign in support of COVID-19 vaccination efforts receives bronze award.
Northwest Permanente’s chief people officer says that “overwhelmed” sums up female health care workers’ experiences of the pandemic.
During a Healthcare Transformation Summit panel sponsored by Modern Healthcare, the Permanente Federation’s co-CEO said organizations where clinical and financial incentives are aligned are better positioned than others to meet patient needs with telehealth.
The Colorado Permanente Medical Group president and executive medical director says there are compelling reasons to pursue the immunization of children, including to alleviate their suffering and achieve herd immunity.
The co-CEO of The Permanente Federation is recognized for demonstrating leadership and impact in influencing the health care industry.
Richard Isaacs, MD, FACS, shared his views on “video-first” medical care in a wide-ranging interview with Matthew Weinstock, managing editor of Modern Healthcare, for the publication’s “Check Up” video series.