Kaiser Permanente Washington Health Research Institute scientists and staff have decades of experience collaborating with researchers from other health plans and academic institutions. Our research partners benefit from expertise in study design, data sharing, survey research, grants and contract administration, and more.
A 12-article report features KPWHRI's Center for Community Health and Evaluation on a decade of Kaiser Permanente Community Health Initiatives, write Drs. Allen Cheadle and Elena Kuo.
Routinely asking about cannabis use can better serve patients by helping clinicians start conversations about risks and benefits.
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.
Diana Buist and BCSC find screening MRI leads to more biopsies, finding fewer cancers, regardless of breast cancer history: JAMA Internal Medicine.