November 4, 2015
in In the News
Technical.ly Philly’s Mo Manklang recently attended Dr. Klasko’s Greater Philadelphia Leadership Exchange presentation, outlining her four key takeaways:
- JeffConnect, the new addition to Jefferson’s Telemedicine program. The JeffConnect app will allow patients and families to video chat with their doctors for follow-up or non-emergency visits. This will help to eliminate travel, allow doctors to work with patients more efficiently, save time and money as well as creating a better experience for the patient.
- Health is All We Do. “This includes not just high test scores among Jefferson students,” says Manklang. “But also emotional ability evaluation — they want their doctors to have the best bedside manner around.”
- “Design Thinking” through a partnership with Princeton University’s design and engineering students.
- Capitalizing on the moment. Manklang noted that Dr. Klasko’s first book, The Phantom Stethoscope was recommended to Harry Potter fans on Amazon’s “You might like this if you also like…” section.