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.
While the federal government’s temporary pause on quality reporting during the COVID-19 pandemic may provide an opportunity to reevaluate and streamline its requirements, such streamlining should ultimately contribute to quality outcomes for patients, Nancy Gin, MD, said in a recent interview with Modern Healthcare.
While participating in a Modern Healthcare webinar, “Leading Through Crisis: What COVID-19 is Teaching Us,” Richard S. Isaacs, MD, FACS, described how collaboration among the integrated entities that comprise Kaiser Permanente has improved resource allocation and the organization’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sameer Awsare, MD, FACP, associate executive director of The Permanente Medical Group (TPMG), was quoted in a recent Modern Healthcare story on the rise of concierge services and innovative, technology-based access to health care in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Imelda Dacones, MD, president and CEO of Northwest Permanente, has been named to Modern Healthcare’s list of Top 25 Minority Leaders in health care for 2020.
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.
Kapil Dhingra, MD, physician-in-chief for The Permanente Medical Group, was named in Modern Healthcare’s “Top 25 Emerging Leaders” list for 2019. The list recognizes rising young leaders in the health care management field.
Physician leaders Imelda Dacones, MD, and Colin Cave, MD, write in a recent Modern Healthcare opinion piece that physicians have a responsibility in helping to address climate change.
Kaiser Permanente’s personalized approach to disseminating information to its patients, resulting in better informed patients and outcomes, is highlighted in a recent Modern Healthcare story, which quotes Stephen Tarnoff, MD, president and executive medical director of the Washington Permanente Medical Group.
The Federation's vice president of External Affairs, Communications, and Brand received the magazine's annual "Up and Comer" award recognizing young executives under 40 years old who made significant contributions to the health care industry.