JoAnn Bergoffen, MD

Lynch Syndrome is a genetic condition whose carriers have a high lifetime risk of colorectal cancer – up to 80% compared to 6% in the general population – and are at risk for other types of cancer as well. Studies…

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Lindsay Cheng, MD

In many health care systems, the process of evaluating breast masses requires patients to make separate visits for initial screening, subsequent diagnostics, and finally, for biopsy. This sequence can take weeks and “creates a lot of sleepless nights for a…

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Michèle Evans, MD

“At Kaiser Permanente we’re integrated,we’re everywhere, and we’re committed to the communities we serve. We’re uniquely equipped to respond to instances of child maltreatment.”
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Steven LeVine, MD

“You’re not just getting a single physician’s opinion, but the consensus-built opinion of a team of physicians who specialize in all aspects of care. The benefit to our patients is tremendous.”
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Alison Meadows, MD

“It has been a privilege to develop a program that helps so many people, that gives them hope and guidance in living their lives as richly as possible.”
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Michael Rizzo, MD

“The R1 project allows us to give the best possible care to patients who potentially have a new diagnosis of cancer – and to do so without delay.”
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Veronica Shim, MD

“The great thing about our technique is that it’s scalable. Other disease-specific sites can adopt a similar process to expedite high quality care.”
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Dorothy Wilborn, MD

“We are committed to building a strong team to address child maltreatment as a chronic health condition similar to what we do for other chronic diseases.”
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