Katie Coleman tells how Kaiser Permanente Washington research and the LHS Program support innovation at new clinics in Ballard and South Lake Union. Healthy Findings, Jan. 2020.
Cindee DeWitt describes how Kaiser Permanente Washington’s community resource specialist program stands out among efforts to meet patients social needs. Healthy Findings, Jan. 2020.
Researchers developed a program identifying more than 2,500 patients who are most vulnerable to the flu. KING 5 News, Dec. 2019.
How being a learning-based health system allows Kaiser Permanente Washingon to develop care models based on the health systems own data. Puget Sound Business Journal, Sept. 2019.
A Learning Health System project finds Kaiser Permanente Washington members who benefit most from preventive services, writes Dr. Paula Lozano. Jan. 2019.
Study ends but benefits for Kaiser Permanente members continue — thanks to a new support role in the regions' clinics, writes Dr. Clarissa Hsu. Nov. 2018.
In our learning health system, we discovered that a new screening approach had increased diagnoses without improving overall outcomes. So remarkably, we switched back. Aug. 2018.
One year in, leaders of Kaiser Permanente Washington's Learning Health System Program describe how research-care delivery partnerships drive continuous learning. July 2018.
Claire Allen, an implemenation expert and LHS core team member, shares her poster describing the 27 core constructs that an LHS program can use to assess readiness and measure the program’s progress and impact. View poster.
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