Kaiser Permanente study is first to compare early telehealth approach to early in-person follow-up to reduce hospital readmissions.
New Kaiser Permanente study finds 3-pronged approach using mail, email, and phone calls improved adherence.
Investigators and clinicians are designing research to answer questions for both the short- and long-term.
Kaiser Permanente Northern California deepens its COVID-19 research agenda
Targeted outreach can increase use of mail order pharmacies by people with diabetes
Telehealth appointments improve follow-up care in patients with heart failure
Active tuberculosis linked to higher long-term risk of death
New study aims to help older adults with type 2 diabetes cut back on medications
CV Risk Factors in Black Teens Tied to Later Cognitive Decline
Housing Insecurity Predictive of Poor Glycemic Control
Autistic and non-autistic youth get different healthcare as they age
Most teens, parents, clinicians OK with gender identity screening during wellness visits: pilot study
Kaiser Begins Phase 3 COVID-19 Vaccine Trial in Northern California
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