New specialty care at Kaiser Permanente Washington provides expert care in the neonatal intensive care unit for babies at risk for blindness.
The 2019 Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Annual Meeting took place in Washington, D.C. this week, highlighting how patients, researchers, clinicians, payers, and others across the health care community are working to make health care research more useful and relevant.
Dr. Minardi assumes his new role on July 1, 2019, with the retirement of current WPMG President and Executive Medical Director Steve Tarnoff, MD.
Through screening and intervention, primary care may be the most effective place to address suicide risk.
Kaiser Permanente’s personalized approach to disseminating information to its patients, resulting in better informed patients and outcomes, is highlighted in a recent Modern Healthcare story, which quotes Stephen Tarnoff, MD, president and executive medical director of the Washington Permanente Medical Group.
Jenny Pang, MD, MPH, a pediatrician with the Washington Permanente Medical Group, will be helping to provide high quality care to the Special Olympics athletes and coaches.
Susanna Block, MD, will help provide preventive health screenings and education to athletes at the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games so they can live a healthful life.
Ophthalmological surgeon Michelle Carle, MD, serves as healthy athlete director for the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games in Seattle.
Matt Handley, MD, of Washington Permanente Medical Group talks about the important role doctors play in a patient’s life care planning.
Dr. Tarnoff spent the first 25 years of his career as a family physician, happy in providing the full spectrum of care in family medicine.