Thomas Jefferson University Hospital’s emergency medicine physician, Bon Ku, is determined to find a better way to arrange emergency rooms in order to serve patients in a more effective way.
In a recent article from Today’s Parent, Diane J. Abatemarco, PhD, director of Maternal Addiction Treatment Education & Research (MATER) at Jefferson University, discussed how powerful mindfulness can be, specifically for mothers in medication-assisted treatment.
In a recent Philly.com article, Director of the Jefferson Sleep Disorders Center, Dr. Karl Doghramji said “Sleep becomes much more fragmented as people get older.”
In light of Selena Gomez’s revelation of her recent kidney transplant, CBS3 reporter, Stephanie Stahl, interviewed Dr. Pooja Singh, director of Jefferson’s Living Donor Kidney Transplant Program.
According to the Boston Globe, chronic care is responsible for 86 percent of the $2.7 trillion spending in health care. In an effort to slow that rising cost, health systems are considering discharging patients with health wearables.