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6
Oct

In the News: Jefferson Partnering with IBM Watson on ‘Smart’ Hospital Rooms

To help ease the stress of a hospital stay on patients and clinicians, Jefferson recently partnered with IBM to launch cognitive hospital rooms powered by IBM Watson Internet of Things (IoT).

1
Aug

In the News: Dr. Klasko Named Best Innovator by Philadelphia Magazine

The list is described by the publication as, “Movers, shakers, creators, instigators: the Philadelphians who are crushing it right now.”

10
Dec

In the News: Journal of Healthcare Transformation

Dr. Klasko recently spoke with Harold Brubaker of The Philadelphia Inquirer about his new role as Editor-In-Chief of journal, Healthcare Transformation.

9
Dec

Bold New Journalzine Healthcare Transformation Launched December 8, 2015

Healthcare Transformation, a new peer-reviewed open access journalzine published by Mary Ann Liebert, Inc., released its inaugural issue yesterday at the 13th Annual Jefferson University Gala at Jefferson University, Philadelphia. Through authoritative contributions from preeminent thought leaders and decision makers, Healthcare Transformation re-imagines healthcare delivery, education, and technology for the 21st century and beyond.

17
Nov

In the News: Independence/Jefferson Health Hack

The Independence/Jefferson Health Hack brought together 250 healthcare professionals, patients, designers, artists, engineers, web developers and students over the weekend to create new ways to promote access and delivery to healthcare.

13
Nov

Dr. Stephen Klasko Speaks With NBC 10 About Jefferson Initiatives

Dr. Klasko was recently interviewed by NBC 10 @Issue’s Keith Jones about Jefferson’s goal to reimagine healthcare.

8
Sep

What’s Missing from Innovation?

In the first six months of 2015, startup companies developing digital solutions for healthcare delivery raised $3.8 billion in the United States in venture capital. And that venture capital funding is a fraction of the research funds being spent by big firms on e-health (more than $12 billion). That kind of money raises interesting questions …