An ERAS program implemented in Kaiser Permanente Northern California resulted in a one-third relative reduction in postoperative complication rates and a 21 percent reduction in opioid prescribing rates.
Among infants of women who received the Tdap pertussis booster vaccine during pregnancy, the risk of contracting pertussis was reduced by an estimated 91 percent during the first two months of life.
The risk of colorectal cancer increased significantly when colonoscopy was delayed by more than nine months following a positive fecal screening test, according to a large Kaiser Permanente study published in JAMA.
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
Sepsis Risk Prediction Model Decreases Use of Antibiotics in Newborns
Why You Should Continue to Vaccinate Your Kids
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Kaiser Permanente Study Finds New Approaches Improve Surgical Outcomes
Stress And Poverty May Explain High Rates Of Dementia In African-Americans
Medley of medical problems may precede autism features
Getting Buy-In for Predictive Analytics in Health Care
Harvard Business Review