Jennifer Joe

Recent Contributions

Reply to Drones for medication delivery and directly observed therapy

Dec. 15, 2014
Fascinating. This was one of the finalist ideas at the athenahealth hackathon.

Reply to Viral Load in Saliva - Pre symptomatic

Nov. 22, 2014
Hi Catherine, To Dr. Cannon's point, Dr. Kreuel's is actively answering questions in the NEJM Group Open Forum: Ebola for only a few more days. You can read about all the scientists answering questions here: https://medstro.com/groups/nejm-group-open-forum/discussions/53/about We've already had some great questions with answers related to viral loads. You can ...

NEJM Group Open Forum: Live 1-week discussion with experts and physicians who have treated Ebola

Nov. 18, 2014
Most recently, The New England Journal of Medicine published 3 case reports of successfully treated Ebola cases--2 at Emory Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia; and 1 in Hamburg, Germany. The treating physicians, along Dr. Lindsey Baden (Director of Clinical Research at Brigham and Women's Hospital) and Dr. Eric Rubin (Professor of ...
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ebola

Cost of Care: Litigation increasing costs around the world?

April 3, 2014
"The Cost of Doing Business," just published in MedTech Boston. It suggests that increased patient knowledge of healthcare (more educational sites on the web, etc) is actually causing increased litigation and increased healthcare costs AROUND THE WORLD. Defensive medicine is definitely something that has plagued the US system for a ...
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Costs of Care

Entrepreneurial Medical Students, Resident, Fellows, and Physicians Looking to Get Involved

March 5, 2014
With creating MedTech Boston (www.medtechboston.com), I heard from a lot of physicians and physicians-in-training who were inspired by our stories of hackathons and innovation. They want to get involved. They want to be a part of the change. But they don't know how. So I created a centralized place for ...
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events Technology


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