Dr. Beverly Green describes working with Kaiser Permanente Northwest to reduce cancer screening disparities.
Led by KPWHRI scientists, the study, “Predicting Suicide Attempts and Suicide Death Following Outpatient Visits Using Electronic Health Records,” aims to target those who need interventions most.
Clinicians and staff at Kaiser Permanente's Tacoma South clinic describe the many ways Behavioral Health Integration is making a difference for patients.
Drs. Kamineni and Chubak are among leaders of 2 new large PROSPR awards from NCI for cervical and colorectal cancer screening research.
Diana Buist and colleagues' study in JAMA Internal Medicine reveals that screening MRI leads to more biopsies, finding fewer cancers, regardless of personal history of breast cancer:
Results from a new paper suggest the importance of tailoring preventive health outreach, writes Kaiser Permanente’s Susan Carol Bradford,
National Cancer Institute support continues nation's largest collection of breast imaging data and funds three studies to personalize screening
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