The challenges of primary care doctors in finding time to connect with their patients is the focus of an in-depth feature in the New York Times Magazine’s special Health Issue that published this week. In an article, “Trying to Put…
The dermatologist and researcher with The Permanente Medical Group says that as people better understand and respect the sun’s impacts, the incidence of skin cancers has steadily declined.
The medical director for the Kaiser Permanente’s Excellence in Cancer Care program says doctors have worked aggressively to ensure that patients get screened safely during the pandemic.
Matthew Daley, MD, a pediatrician with the Colorado Permanente Medical Group, sheds light on how the latest COVID vaccine can provide a huge boost to vaccinating Americans.
In a New York Times op-ed, two emergency medicine doctors call for a public health campaign with trusted voices from the Black communities.
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.
The maternity director at Kaiser Permanente Oakland Medical Center discussed how the organization is offering inducement of labor for pregnant women at 39 weeks in light of the coronavirus outbreak.
A recent New York Times article offered tips from sports medicine physicians and fitness experts on how to incorporate exercise into the holidays.
Stephen Parodi, MD, associate director at The Permanente Medical Group, shared his insights on the California wildfires through the lens of health care In a recent New York Times opinion piece, prompting activity on social media.
A recent article in The New York Times examines an that doctors can use to assess patient risk for H.I.V and recommend a daily pill to prevent infection – a strategy referred to as PrEP. The idea to use data from electronic health records to determine if patients are at high risk for H.I.V. infection was borne from researchers at Kaiser Permanente Division of Research in Northern California and Harvard.