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While the U.S. average for hypertension control is 54% according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, at Kaiser Permanente the control rate is 91% for Medicare plan members and 83% for the commercial plan members.
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Kaiser Permanente treats strokes with clot-busting medication more than twice as fast as the national average.
Molly Young: A Cancer Survivor Story
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Heart Month: Fewer hospitalizations for home-based cardiac rehab patients
Kaiser Permanente study showed patients in home-based cardiac rehabilitation had fewer hospitalizations than those in center-based cardiac rehabilitation.
Heart Month: At the heart of quality cardiac specialty care
This round up highlights the types of cardiac specialty surgeries Kaiser Permanente does and the honors we receive for excellence in cardiac care.
Early control of blood sugar key for gestational diabetes
Kaiser Permanente study finds better outcomes for patients with gestational diabetes, if they achieve glucose control early and maintain it.
Not all adults newly diagnosed with diabetes equally likely to start treatment
Kaiser Permanente study finds racial and ethnic differences in medication initiation
Kaiser Permanente study shows benefit of continuous Glucose Monitoring for Type 2 Diabetes
Kaiser Permanente study finds monitors improve blood sugar control in selected insulin-treated patients.
Tatjana Kolevska, MD, discusses cancer prevention and detection on Reuters panel
We are reimagining how to deliver cancer care. Learn about our approach.
Pandemic spurs new approach to diabetes care
A diabetes specialist talks about new trends in providing care, and innovations inspired by the realities of COVID-19.
A Roadmap for Institutionalizing Collaborative Care for Depression in a Large Integrated Healthcare System
Collaborative care for depression can be institutionalized in large healthcare systems and be sustained with a specific, detailed roadmap that includes workflows, training, treatment guidelines, and clear documentation standards that are linked to performance metrics.