Physician and educator Ted O’Connell, MD, helps design an oxygen concentrator with increased flow for COVID-19 patients.
Permanente anesthesiologist James Healzer, MD, brings a passion for patient safety and physician peer review to his appointment to the Medical Board of California.
Grace Firtch, MD, shares her journey as a transgender woman and the innovative care she helped create for other trans individuals at Kaiser Permanente in Northern California.
Division of Research physician researchers and other investigators examine the pandemic’s effects from all angles.
Physicians at The Permanente Medical Group published a playbook that provides comprehensive guidance for youth, high school, and collegiate athletes to return to sports safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Hung C. Tran, MD, shares his journey to becoming a physician leader and the challenges of treating children with cancer during a pandemic.
This year’s flu season arrives with the backdrop of a pandemic, prompting physicians and health officials to get creative in promoting flu shots and finding safe ways to deliver the vaccine, according to a recently published Washington Post story.
Best practices from The Permanente Medical Group on preparing these care facilities for older adults during a pandemic.
To keep physicians and staff creative and motivated, it’s important to get them excited about coming up with new ideas including those that could improve outcomes and help control costs, Richard S. Isaacs, MD, FACS, CEO and executive director of The Permanente Medical Group (TPMG), said in a recent interview with Managed Healthcare Executive.
Patients taking the drug pentosan polysulfate sodium (Elmiron), which is prescribed for a painful bladder condition, should be aware that the medication can cause severe eye damage, Robin Vora, MD, chair of ophthalmology for The Permanente Medical Group in Oakland, Calif., warned on CTV News.