Kaiser Permanente Northern California study found long-term benefit for medical outcomes and quality of life.
Deaths from heart disease and stroke in the U.S. due to factors other than an aging population increased during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic, reversing prior trends and widening racial and ethnic disparities, new research shows.
KP Research Radio explores how TPMG oncologists expanded care options during the COVID-19 pandemic
Colorectal cancer disparities between Black and white adults were eliminated in Kaiser Permanente Northern California members after the health care system instituted a regionwide, structured colorectal cancer screening program, new research shows.
DOR research identifies patterns tied to increased risk of preeclampsia and other pregnancy-related high blood pressure conditions.
Kaiser Permanente research supports the use of neuraxial anesthesia for Outpatient Joint Replacement.
A clinical decision support tool (CAST) developed with predictive analytics could lead to more consistent patient preparation for elective surgery and reduce complications, according to recently published TPMG research.
A Kaiser Permanente patient registry makes it possible to assess risk of rupture.
Kaiser Permanente Transitions program shows encouraging results.
New Kaiser Permanente research describes how a regionalized, virtual gastric cancer center benefited patients and physicians.