KPWHRI’s K12 scholar program is accepting letters of interest from early-career scientists to train in learning health systems research.
Kaiser Permanente Washington shows price may not be a barrier to primary care implementation, Dr. Kai Yeung reports.
KPWHRI’s MacColl Center will continue as a partner in the effort to advance value-based payment and care in the safety net
How Paula Blasi brings research findings to light to support Kaiser Permanente’s rapid response to COVID-19
The early-career scientists will receive 3 years of intensive training in Learning Health System research.
Hear faculty and fellows in the ‘Taking Action on Overuse’ program, sponsored by the MacColl Center and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
Americans worry about medication and health care costs. Dr. Kai Yeung studies policies and laws to reduce them.