From cardiovascular health to cancer screening, these are the research stories that made headlines over the last year.
Dr. Eric Larson prepared these reflections on Big Data and Group Health for the Association of Health Care Journalists conference in Santa Clara, Calif., on April 24, 2015.
A public health physician from Australia finds innovations to admire.
Each year at the Birnbaum Lecture, Group Health Research Institute presents the Birnbaum Award to Group Health staff who’ve made extraordinary contributions to the organization’s development as a learning health care system. At the 2014 Lecture, the award will be presented to people involved in three outstanding projects, all funded by Group Health’s Partnership for Innovation.
How did Group Health research influence care in the real world? Whether our results made an immediate splash or rippled out more gradually, our year-end review shows our work is improving health outcomes, practice, and policy—at Group Health and beyond
We at Group Health Research Institute (GHRI) felt unsure in early 2013 how sequestration and threats of government shutdown might harm our research, which is mostly federally funded. But we ended the year with confidence and hope.
Few health conditions are as common and confounding as back pain, the second leading cause of all doctor visits.
Our Seattle offices sit on the occupied land of the Duwamish and by the shared waters of the Coast Salish people, who have been here thousands of years and remain. Learn about practicing land acknowledgment.