Americans worry about medication and health care costs. Dr. Kai Yeung studies policies and laws to reduce them.
Kaiser Permanente Washington researcher Joe Glass advises integrating digital prescriptions into existing care.
Dr. Larson reflects on splashes, ripples, and new research, which builds on his earlier findings from the ACT study.
With $10 million from NIMH, KPWHRI is leading a multi-site study to ensure safe prescribing of antipsychotic drugs for youth with behavioral disorders.
See how 2015 was the Institute’s best year yet—for funding and practical impact, improving people’s health at Group Health and across the country.
Study coauthors Drs. Sascha Dublin, Shelly Gray, and Eric B. Larson explore how to balance the risks and benefits of these common medications.
Group Health study suggests higher risk with acute or chronic use.
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