Enabled by virtual visits, case conferences and treatment tools, the COVID-19 pandemic has sped up the digital transformation of cancer care at Kaiser Permanente.
Working together with Permanente physicians, Kaiser Permanente has continued to innovate and expand delivery of virtual care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A new Kaiser Permanente study is the first to compare early telehealth approach to early in-person follow-up for heart failure.
In a wide-ranging podcast interview, The Permanente Federation’s executive vice president and chief information officer discusses the telehealth surge and use of predictive analytics during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Permanente Federation Chief Quality Officer Nancy Gin, MD, sits on national telehealth taskforce recommending guidelines to policymakers.
The Permanente Federation chief information officer describes aspects of telehealth physicians need to consider when caring for older adults.
The Permanente Federation Chief Information Officer Ed Lee, MD, tells Politico that Permanente physicians need to adjust telehealth use to the COVID-19 pandemic’s ebbs and surges.
More Kaiser Permanente members get comfortable with virtual visits such as phone and video appointments during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Stay-at-home orders to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus have significantly accelerated the use of telehealth in California, making such visits the “new normal” during current the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a recent story in CalMatters.
Edward Lee, MD, executive vice president and chief information officer with The Permanente Federation, told Voice of America that he now sees as many as 20 patients a day using telehealth in his practice as an internal medicine physician, in order to keep patients safe during the current coronavirus pandemic.