Advancing Knowledge to Improve Health

Press Release

Center for Health Research builds on nationally recognized genetics experts to centralize translational and applied genomic research

Kaiser Permanente Northwest Accelerates Focus on Genomic Research

Center for Health Research builds on nationally recognized genetics experts to centralize translational and applied genomic research

Dec 5, 2019

Story

National Health Recommendations Rely on Kaiser Permanente Researchers

National Health Recommendations Rely on Kaiser Permanente Researchers

Independent research teams help ensure patients’ health care decisions are guided by the best scientific evidence

Oct 25, 2019

Story

5 Questions With a Mental Health Services Researcher

Why Do Few Providers Screen For Social Determinants Of Health

Bobbi Jo Yarborough leads large-scale study to examine connection between opioid use and suicide risk.

Oct 15, 2019

Learn More About the Center

 

Our Publications

We disseminate our findings throughout the scholarly literature and scientific communities through such means as journal articles, book chapters, and guest editorials.

Browse Publications

Commitment to Collaboration

Our partnerships with research organizations across the country allow us to conduct complex, large-scale studies that would be difficult for any single research organization to carry out alone.

Our Networks

Dedicated Support For Our Research

The Center receives most of its funding from federal agencies such as the National Institutes of Health, Centers for Disease Control & Prevention, and the Agency for Healthcare Research & Quality. Other important sources include private foundations, industry, and Kaiser Permanente itself.

View Our Funders

Special Messages For...

  • The Media

    Our research is covered by a wide range of print, radio, and online media outlets

  • Job Seekers

    We offer the intellectual caliber of an academic institution in a small-organization setting

  • Research Participants

    Learn how you can take part in a CHR study