The journal’s new editor-in-chief, G. Richard Holt, MD, will oversee a shift to a research publication dedicated to innovative care delivery models.
A Kaiser Permanente study shows youngsters gained excess weight from 2019 to 2020, with kids age 5 to 11 gaining more than 11- to 17-year-olds.
A Kaiser Permanente study finds Black heart attack survivors from disadvantaged neighborhoods face higher risk of death within 5 years than those from wealthier areas.
Kaiser Permanente study finds history of being consistently active was strongly associated with a reduced risk of hospitalization, ICU admission, and death in people with COVID-19.
A Q&A with researchers on the simple, quick format that's part of Kaiser Permanente’s growing toolbox of virtual care options.
American medicine has a history of failing African Americans, notably the Tuskegee experiment and case of Henrietta Lacks; physicians must understand black mistrust to help turn COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy into vaccine confidence.
Kaiser Permanente study examines race, ethnicity, and risk of infection, hospitalization, and death.
NEJM Catalyst publishes article by Kate E. Koplan, MD, and Permanente colleagues on quality initiative that safely increased same-day discharges for knee and hip replacements from 7% to 62% in just 4 years.
Kaiser Permanente study aims to help providers improve the health of patients with the highest medical and social needs.
New research focuses on identifying the disease before it becomes advanced, so that it can be treated and potentially cured.