Kaiser Permanente Georgia
The Research Department (Atlanta, Georgia) is positioned within the KPGA Division of Clinical Affairs. KPGA’s growing research program involves a range of research interests in health services research, clinical trials of vaccines and pharmaceuticals, and chronic disease epidemiology, with a particular focus on population diversity and health disparities that reflects the diversity of KPGA's membership. The Clinical Affairs Division is principally responsible for managing, measuring, and improving the quality and safety of care. The department includes 2 PhD research scientists, several masters-level and RN associates, and numerous clinicians who participate in research. KP has competencies in health services research design, large database analysis, epidemiology, and biostatistics.
|Parent Organization: Kaiser Permanente Georgia|
CVRN Member & Location
|The Center for Clinical and Outcomes Research,
Kaiser Permanente Georgia||1998|
|CVRN Center contact:
Andrew Bradlyn PhD|| |