Social determinants of health contribute greatly to health disparities, and addressing these factors can often be just as important to overall health as meeting medical needs.
As the opioid epidemic deepens, the public looks to researchers to help explain and confront the crisis.
Frances Jensen, MD, shared the latest research on the teenage brain.
Pediatrician, oncologist, and scientist, Dr. Glass founded the Kaiser Permanente Northwest Oncology department and helped make the region’s tumor registry a key asset for research.
Researchers hypothesized that people with mental illnesses might receive less preventive care than people without these illnesses. However, this study, which included patients within the Kaiser Permanente system and patients who get their care from safety-net clinics, found just the opposite.
Study also finds differences in the way Spanish- and English-speaking patients respond to reminders
Our longest-running CHR study has produced dramatic discoveries, hundreds of scientific papers, and memorable relationships between researchers and participants.
A new four-year study will evaluate diabetes prevention programs at Kaiser Permanente Northwest.
Launched in 2016, the KP Research Bank is positioned to become one of the world’s most important resources for genetic research.
Large Kaiser Permanente study highlights health system’s ability to track important factors that can impact health outcomes