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Primary Care and Prevention

Patient-centered care delivery that proactively focuses on prevention and chronic conditions management, with primary care at the heart of the system.

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Primary Care and Prevention Experts

Primary care physicians practice in teams, leveraging additional care professionals in the coordination management, and treatment of patients.  Teams are designed so that everyone practices to his/her highest license level, and technology facilitates coordination and communication with patients and team members.

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Nolan Chang, MD
Family Medicine Physician, Medical Director for Business Management
Debra Friesen, MD
Debra Friesen, MD
Physician, Colorado Permanente Medical Group, and Physician Advisor, Customer Clinical Solutions
Troy Long, MD
Internal Medicine Physician, Colorado Permanente Medical Group
Bill Marsh
Bill Marsh, MD
Vice President of Care Delivery IT and Products, Sales & Marketing, The Permanente Federation
Jennifer Slovis, MD
Jennifer Slovis, MD
Medical Director, Kaiser Permanente Multi-Specialty Transitions Clinic
Scott Young, MD
Executive Director and Senior Medical Director, Care Management Institute

Dr. Sos Mboijana on Remote Monitoring

Remote monitoring programs for patients so they can wirelessly deliver readings from anywhere in real time, making it possible to provide care without the patient having to make a trip.

Managing The Most Expensive Patients

Leveraging primary care: A new primary-care model can lower costs and improve outcomes.

The Need for Speed

Fast stroke treatment saves lives.  When a stroke happens, minutes matter, and Kaiser Permanente Stroke EXPRESS patients receive clot-busting medication more than twice as fast as the national average.

Multidisciplinary, Team-based Approach to Care an Answer for Common, Rare Diseases

The article looks at the problem of treating common health conditions in a fee-for-service setting where over-reliance on specialty care can result in unnecessary tests, time, and fees for patients.

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