A recent study found more than 200 common medications sold in the United States include depression as a potential side effect. A broadcast on NPR’s “All Things Considered” interviewed experts on the topic, including Don Mordecai, MD, national lead for…
Kaiser Permanente’s new HEART diagnostic criteria reduced hospital admissions and stress testing without increasing risk of heart damage for patients coming to the Emergency Department with low-risk chest pain.
The latest edition of the Permanente Journal includes a supplement with a special report co-written by Chief Quality Officer Michael Kanter, MD, on social determinants of health.
Permanente physicians and radiologists in Northern California created and validated a novel process for categorizing the risks from ovarian masses.
David Arterburn, MD, MPH, of the Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute, answers some questions about a major study on severe obesity among adolescents.
Get the latest research, including a look at results of a physician survey on time spent on direct care to patients to understand potential waste in health care.
Recent large, long-term study finds patients develop half as much nerve, kidney, and eye disease after bariatric surgery.
Kaiser Permanente research provides best evidence to date on the association between sexual assualt, health disorders, and health care use.
A study in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine found parents were receptive to a website providing clinical information and experts on vaccines.
Five of the organization’s research centers received grants to conduct research to improve cancer screening, focusing on lung, cervical, and colorectal cancer.