Dr. David Arterburn talks about his studies with Kaiser and other systems to help a rapidly increasing population with severe obesity.
Dr. Sascha Dublin describes a Group Health-UW finding that benzodiazepines probably don’t cause dementia. But she cautions that they’re still bad for you.
Does routine screening for autism, high cholesterol, and other problems improve kids’ health? We need better research to find out, Dr. David Grossman says.
A project to find early cancers is saving lives, thanks to teamwork, writes Jennifer Nazarko, Group Health director of medical specialties.
Graphic data displays, like on a Fitbit app, are meant to motivate patients to change behavior and understand their care. But do they work?
Dr. Eric B. Larson welcomes new GHRI leaders in research collaborations and translation.
Evaluators find Seattle/King Country Public Health nails a whopping 22 of its 24 strategies in a $25 million initiative to improve public health.
Virginia Immanuel recommends two books with firsthand testimony about our nation’s mental health care system.