Family medicine physician Alex McDonald, MD, shares the reality of the pandemic on social media.
The Permanente Federation co-CEO tells The Wall Street Journal that intensive care units at hospitals are feeling the strain from a holiday influx of COVID-19 patients.
New research focuses on identifying the disease before it becomes advanced, so that it can be treated and potentially cured.
A new assessment tool developed by researchers and physicians at Kaiser Permanente helps guide clinical decisions in emergency departments and urgent care centers.
Edward Ellison, MD, executive medical director of Southern California Permanente Medical Group, shares how an integrated care system harnesses passion, innovation, and member-focused spirit to rise to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Southern California Permanente Medical Group research scientist Deborah Cohen, MD, shares with The Washington Post key steps people can take to boost their nutrition.
Kaiser Permanente’s clinical trials help advance treatment for health conditions and diseases ranging from heart disease and cancer to AIDS and COVID-19.
The 55-Word Stories campaign is an initiative that provides Permanente physicians with a creative outlet to share how COVID-19 has impacted their practice and/or personal life.
Todd Sachs, MD, medical director of Operations for Southern California Permanente Medical Group, highlights the role of an integrated care system in addressing pandemics.
Kaiser Permanente implemented protocols and training that helped to reduce the organization's maternal morbidity numbers.