KPWHRI’s MacColl Center launches online training to help clinicians identify and curb overused services in clinical practice.
KPWHRI’s MacColl Center remains a key partner as the safety net-focused initiative expands to 8 new states.
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.
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