Translating Evidence into Benefit for Patients The Impact of Clinical Leadership and Culture. Sharon Levine, M.D. Kaiser Permanente, California November, 2003. Kaiser Permanente. An “outsider” model of care delivery from the beginning
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Translating Evidence into Benefit for Patients The Impact of Clinical Leadership and Culture
Sharon Levine, M.D.
Kaiser Permanente, California
- Partnership of equals
- Mutually exclusive
- Shared fate
Care Management Institute
Health Services Research
Drug Information Services
Integration Along Multiple Dimensions
The Healthy People 2010 goal for adult smoking prevalence is set at 12%. The California’s Tobacco Control Program in its 2003-2005 Master Plan, aims to reduce adult tobacco prevalence to 13% by 2005. The long-term California goal is to reduce adult tobacco prevalence to 10%.
Source: Kaiser Permanente Division of Research - Preliminary Member Health Survey report prepared by Nancy P. Gordon, ScD, Division of Research 10/14/2003
Source: CDC-National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention & Health Promotion Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System 2002
Translating Evidence into Benefit
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