When dermatologists had the opportunity to look at well-photographed skin lesions, they identified nearly 10 percent more cancers with nearly 40 percent fewer referrals to the dermatology department.
Meet three more from a new class of research fellows who represent not only diverse communities, but diverse research interests as well.
New recommendations include counseling interventions for women at risk of perinatal depression. Kaiser Permanente researchers comment in a JAMA Pediatrics editorial.
Kaiser Permanente Teledermatology Finds More Skin Cancers with Fewer Dermatology Visits
Linking Smoking Interventions to Surgery Yields Successful Outcomes
For Hospitalized Patients with Moderate Anemia, Study Supports Limiting Transfusions
Kaiser Permanente Study Finds 10-Year Follow-up Interval After Negative Colonoscopies Is Associated with Reduced Risk of Colorectal Cancer and Mortality
Kaiser Permanente “Tele-triage” of Chest Pain Safely Reduces Emergency Room Visits
Negative Colonoscopy Tied to Lower Cancer Risk at 12 Years
Negative colonoscopy linked to lower colorectal cancer risk after 12 years
Rescreening Interval After Normal Colonoscopy May Be Too Short
Oncology Learning Network
12 New Year’s Resolutions That Help You Live Longer
Computer tool increases safe outpatient management of pulmonary embolism