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Digital Health Transformation Strategy Experts

Kaiser Permanente has used health information technology to transform every aspect of patient care and experience, from preventive screenings to virtual visits to reduced hospital stays and acute care at home.

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Lisa Arellanes
Lisa Arellanes
Vice President, National Clinical Services Group
Nolan Chang, MD
Family Medicine Physician, Medical Director for Business Management
Jamie Ferguson
Jamie Ferguson
Vice President, Health Information Technology Strategy, and Policy Fellow, Institute for Health Policy
Nari Gopala
Chief Digital Officer
Ainsley MacLean, MD
Chief Medical Information Officer & Chief AI Officer, Mid-Atlantic Permanente Medical Group
Walter Suarez
Walter G. Suarez, MD, MPH
Executive Director, Health IT Strategy and Policy

Bringing Healing Home with Virtual Cardiac Rehabilitation Program

Michelle’s care team came with her in the form of a wearable fitness tracker that transmitted information about her heart rate and activity level to a nurse case manager.

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Kaiser Permanente’s User Focused App Redesign Makes it the 2022 Design Company of the Year

During COVID, Kaiser Permanente took a leap and redesigned their website and mobile app to improve the patient health experience.  This design-forward approach is how Kaiser Permanente became the Design Company of the Year in Fast Company’s 2022 Innovation by Design awards, the first time for a healthcare company.

Ramin Davidoff, MD, describes a vision for the future of health care

“The future of health care will focus more on staying healthy and having coordinated care using science, data, and technology to help us identify diseases earlier, intervene more proactively, and better understand disease progression,” said Dr. Davidoff.

Medical assistants help close virtual visit digital divide

Kaiser Permanente study finds patients in low-socioeconomic-status neighborhoods benefited from help connecting with video medical visits.


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