The Doctor Will See You in the Barbershop

Jefferson Health CEO Steve Klasko is rethinking the very delivery of medicine, taking on the racial health gap, trying to get our eds and meds to focus on equity...and still deejaying

By Larry Platt

Business for Good: Ctrl M Health

36 million Americans suffer from migraines, missing a total of 113 million work days a year—but only 4 percent receive specialist care. One local tech startup is on a mission to bring comprehensive relief to everyone

By Courtney DuChene

The TikTok Doc

Austin Chiang, self-professed “medical mythbuster,” is changing the way people get their (correct, research-based) health information … and absolutely killing it on social media.

By Christine Speer Lejeune

Building A Health Assurance System

In an excerpt from their book, Unhealthcare, Jefferson CEO Stephen Klasko and a Silicon Valley disruptor offer innovative ideas to reinvent health care

By Stephen Klasko and Hemant Taneja with Kevin Maney

WATCH: Health care disparity in the age of Covid-19

The most recent online Citizen event explored the deplorable state of racial inequality in health care, and what we can do about it

By Jessica Blatt Press

The Citizen Recommends: Health care disparities in the age of Covid-19

At next week’s virtual town hall Jefferson CEO Stephen Klasko and Ala Stanford from Black Doctors Covid-19 Consortium will unpack a harsh reality of the pandemic—and everyday: Black patients are dying at a higher rate

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

The Citizen Recommends: Tangles in Time

A partnership between Jefferson and Theatre of Witness produced a play that turns art into medicine

By Jessica Blatt Press

Patients are People First

An arts program at Jefferson University brings students and patients with dementia together for a lesson that’s often missing from healthcare: Empathy

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy