While Kaiser Permanente has had success in lowering rates of acute kidney injury in hospitalized patients, rates are rising nationwide, and even minor injury is linked to a higher risk of death.
Kaiser Permanente research provides the best evidence to date on the association between sexual assault, health disorders and healthcare use.
Kaiser Permanente research reveals new insights into variability in glaucoma risk within self-reported race/ethnicity groups.
Acute Kidney Injury in Hospitals Linked to Increased Risk of Heart Failure
Greater Burden of Atrial Fibrillation Linked to Higher Stroke Risk
Personalized Letter Improves Pregnancy Weight for Women with Gestational Diabetes
Maternal weight and hyperglycemia linked to early puberty onset in girls
In Reducing Deaths from Heart Disease and Stroke, Kaiser Permanente Outpaces Nation
Women’s Need for Medical Care Spikes Following Sexual Assault, Study Finds
California Health Report
Patients with acute kidney injury ‘at increased risk of heart failure’
As Paroxysmal Afib Burden Rises, So Does Stroke Risk
Study: Mothers’ weight linked to daughters’ early puberty
Girls born to obese moms far more likely to start puberty early, study finds