A trial led by KPWHRI researchers found that adding nurse care managers helped more people get needed treatment
Health care is increasingly online—KPWHRI is studying telehealth options for opioid use disorder and chronic pain.
Amy Lee describes how the LHS Program is helping KP Washington track and improve treatment for opioid use disorder.
Opioid misuse and overdose are now a national priority. For decades, KPWHRI has worked to help patients find safe, effective ways to manage chronic pain.
A new open-access peer-reviewed site will explore how best to bring innovations into practice in treating mental illness, substance use, and addictions.
Kaiser Permanente Washington researcher Joe Glass advises integrating digital prescriptions into existing care.
With a passion for primary care and teaching, she aims to make high quality patient-centered care for substance use issues part of mainstream medical practice
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