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 paper first-authored by KPWHRI's Kai Yeung recently won first prize in the 2016 Patient Access Network (PAN) Foundation Challenge.
An award-winning Group Health partnership is finding the right balance between too much and too little care. Kim Wicklund and Dr. Angie Sparks explain how.
With funding from the Partnership for Innovation, KPWHRI is evaluating a new technology-based lifestyle program designed by KPWHRI bariatric surgeons.
In a group interview, our mental health scientists describe how their work with UW psychiatry researchers changed treatment worldwide.
HealthDay (syndicated), Mar. 3, 2015