KP Innovation Exec Describes In-Home Cardiac Rehab Program

KP Innovation Exec Describes In-Home Cardiac Rehab Program

Tad Funahashi, M.D., chief innovation and transformation officer for Kaiser Permanente in Southern California, says tech solution addresses low participation in cardiac rehab. With its in-home cardiac rehabilitation programme, Kaiser Permanente in Southern California has been attempting to address certain difficulties with health equity. Kaiser Permanente in Southern California's chief innovation and transformation officer, Tad Funahashi, M.D., recently discussed that programme and the company's overall innovation strategy. Funahashi began by remarking that there hasn't been a lack of innovation in healthcare, particularly in pharma, genomics, and medical devices, during a March 16 PermanenteDocs Chat with family doctor Alex McDonald, M.D. "Yet, there has been relatively little in the way we provide care in terms of innovations or originality. Think about the patient experience or the experience we as physicians have; both have mostly remained the same for decades, if not longer.

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