Two articles released this week spotlighted the growing concern over physician burnout in the United States, quoting Permanente leaders and researchers who are drawing attention on what can be done to address physician well-being.
The Permanente Medical Group in Northern California and the Southern California Permanente Medical Group received a 2019 Excellence in Healthcare Award from the Integrated Healthcare Association.
Listen to the latest Permanente Medicine Podcast as Permanente physicians Amanda Williams, MD, MPH, and Najeh Ahmad, MD, MPH, share their experience of being doctors on social media.
Permanente Federation Chief Information Officer Ed Lee, MD, continuously searches science and technology for ways to improve patient care.
Permanente obstetrician-gynecologist Amanda Williams, MD, MPH, comments on the attention to due dates and factors to consider in a recent New York Times article.
A group of physicians, including Vincent Liu, MD, MS, research scientist at Kaiser Permanente Division of Research in Northern California, recently published a roadmap for the responsible use of machine-learning-based interventions.
Kaiser Permanente’s integrated care model provides patients – from elite athletes to everyday fitness enthusiasts – with state-of-the-art sports medicine care to get them back in the game.
Permanente physicians take an innovative approach to screening and treating hepatitis C on a path to eventually eliminating the infection among patients.
Quick, compassionate, and coordinated care from Kaiser Permanente and Permanente specialists helped save the life of a heart-attack patient.
A risk calculator validated at Kaiser Permanente Northern California Emergency Departments may help safely avoid unnecessary CT scans in children 5 and older.