A new Kaiser Permanente study led by Dana Sax, MD, and colleagues found that “tele-triage” of patients with chest pain over the phone can safely and effectively direct people to the right place for care.
Ten years after negative colonoscopy, members had 46% lower risk of colorectal cancer and were 88% less likely to die than people not screened: new research by DOR’s D. Corley (left) and J. Lee.
Kaiser Permanente study shows replacing empty calories with whole grains lead to a 25 percent decreased risk of large-for-gestational age offspring.
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
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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
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Computer tool increases safe outpatient management of pulmonary embolism