Their work contributes to improved quality of care and better understanding of patients’ needs.
Biostatistician Yates Coley reports on new predictive analytics work that’s decreasing missed visits at KP Washington.
A new study finds that moving from low- to high-density neighborhoods might be related to reductions in weight gain.
New work by Susan Shortreed, PhD, finds infection risks drive worse outcomes for some racial and ethnic groups.
Kaiser Permanente researchers stress need to test how prediction models perform in all racial, ethnic groups.
Dr. Jennifer Nelson explains how Kaiser Permanente scientists are helping the CDC and FDA keep an eye out for rare adverse events.
How our Learning Health System Program is using statistical methods and machine learning to respond to COVID-19.
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