Researchers (shown, Andy Karter, PhD) developed the risk stratification tool by identifying 156 possible risk factors for hypoglycemia and collecting data from more than 200,000 patients.
Kaiser Permanente’s Rapid Analysis Program (shown, director Julie Schmittdiel, PhD) fuels research collaborations to answer questions that can improve patient care
Six physicians in the inaugural class of the Physician Researcher Program will devote 20% to 40% of their time to research projects designed to systematically evaluate clinical care.
New tool identifies diabetes patients at risk for low blood sugar emergencies
Enhanced Recovery After Surgery Program at Kaiser Permanente Significantly Improves Surgical Outcomes
For Patients With Positive Fecal Screening Test, Sooner Is Better for Follow-Up Colonoscopy
Maternal Pertussis Vaccination Reduces Risk for Newborns by More Than 90 Percent
Kaiser Permanente Study Finds Testosterone Replacement Therapy Reduces Cardiovascular Risk among Men with Androgen Deficiency
Simple Tool Identifies Hypoglycemia Risk in Type 2 Diabetes
Identifying T2D Patients at Risk for Hypoglycemia Hospitalization
Being born in U.S. ‘stroke belt’ tied to higher risk of dementia
Mortality decreasing for ischemic heart disease, rising for HF in US
Why You Should Continue to Vaccinate Your Kids
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