A combination of 3 healthy lifestyle factors is associated with a 70% lower risk of preterm birth, according to an analysis of data from a Kaiser Permanente study involving nearly 2,500 pregnant women in Northern California.
Kaiser Permanente study shows computerized interpretation of doctors’ medical reports can identify patients with aortic stenosis.
Kaiser Permanente study suggests blood thinners should not be routinely prescribed.
Kaiser Permanente research shows the need for increased education about the dangers of high blood pressure.
Kaiser Permanente study highlights need to identify reasons including underlying socioeconomic factors for hospitaliation differences.
CDC asks DOR Vaccine Study Center to lead the effort to identify severe adverse reactions via medical record data.
A Kaiser Permanente Northern California study aims to help providers improve the health of patients with the highest medical and social needs.
Kaiser Permanente’s Advance Alert Monitor uses a combination of sophisticated informatics tools, clinician guidance, and system integration.
Physician Researcher Program now hosts a baker’s dozen of doctors pursuing research to influence care delivery.
Kaiser Permanente among 25 recipients of grants from National Cancer Institute’s SeroNet program.