Joan DeClaire remembers how the whole organization went mano a mano with America’s biggest killer and won.
An award-winning Group Health partnership is finding the right balance between too much and too little care. Kim Wicklund and Dr. Angie Sparks explain how.
In these nerve-wracking times, Dr. Eric B. Larson says get informed, be activated, and stay true to your values.
In honor of Health Literacy Month, Jessica Ridpath shares plain language tips and resources from GHRI’s Program for Readability In Science & Medicine.
Retired but still contributing, GHRI’s renowned alternative-care researcher pursues alternatives to the 40-hour work week.
Calls from pharmacists and EHR reminders improved cardiovascular outcomes in Group Health patients with diabetes, Dr. James Ralston and colleagues found.
Dr. Paul Sherman reflects on his friend and mentor, a preventive-care pioneer recently honored at the Group Health Foundation’s “Gift of Health” Gala.
Community Engagement Report tells how we extend our mission through research, education, and outreach to the underserved.
Virginia Immanuel, GHRI director of information technology emerita, reviews a book on stereotype threat—what it is and how to combat it.