On September 21st, the Kaiser Permanente Institute for Health Policy and the American College of Sports Medicine held “Investing in Active Communities,” the third tweet-chat
On August 10th, the Kaiser Permanente Institute for Health Policy and the American College of Sports Medicine held a tweet-chat as part of the Prescription to Move (#Rx2Move)...
Kaiser Permanente is harnessing everyday data to improve care through miniregistries.
When public policy, institutional practices, and other social and economic structures combine to perpetuate inequity between people of different ethnic groups, it is known as structural racism.
For people living with chronic diseases, prescription medications can increase longevity and improve quality of life. Yet, in the United States, more than half of adults 40 and older with chronic conditions report at least one episode of non-adherence to their prescriptions.
Advancements in medicine allow people with chronic and complex conditions to live longer than ever before. But longer life for people who are sick may bring challenges, such as pain, stress, and other symptoms that accompany serious illness.