Dr. Jennifer Walden Builds Her Client Base in Texas

Dr. Jennifer Walden has proven herself as a plastic surgeon. She is one of the most successful surgeons and the United States. People have come to her for a lot of different procedures, and she has been more than happy to provide consultation as well as any type of information that can help people build their confidence. Cosmetic surgery is often what people have when they are not pleased with some body part. The rhinoplasty surgery is very popular, and Dr. Jennifer Walden has also done lots of breast augmentation procedures.

Dr. Walden has been able to update her site with testimonials from patients that have been pleased with the services that she has provided. This gives even more credibility to the expertise of Dr. Jennifer Walden. She has excelled in this area, and people are definitely impressed with all of the accolades that she has received over the years. Dr. Jennifer Walden has become someone that is known for the information that she provides through news correspondents on TV shows. She has also been known for the wealth of information that she has provided through a book that she co-authored.

All of these things have made it easy for people to trust Dr. Jennifer Walden and the areas where she does her work. She started in New York, but she would move back to Texas and open another practice in this area. She has continued to gain a lot of support from her new patients that are in this state. There is a lot of talk about the work that she has done, and she has proven that he can handle a multitude of tasks while still running a successful practice. Dr. Jennifer Walden has become a very popular surgeon because she has become very dedicated to her craft.

Community Well-Serviced by Leading Non-Profit Renown Health

Renown Health provides the care to those who live in the Nevada region and it is the biggest not-for-profit health care provider in the state. It is a locally owned company, which has an integrated health network and Accountable Care Organization (ACO), serving 17 counties in northern Nevada, Lake Tahoe and Northeast California.

Dating back to 1862, Renown Health was the first nonprofit agency to establish a hospital, making them a landmark within Reno, Nevada. The first open-heart transplant was performed by the hospital in 1977, leading the industry during a time in which heart pacemakers were first being introduced to patients.

The current CEO, Anthony (Tony) Slonim joined the organization in May 2014. He is board-certified with degrees specializing in internal medicine, pediatrics and critical care. Tony has led the company in a strategic direction and is held as the champion, for the company’s financial viability, streamlined operations to reduce costs, and optimization to better serve the health care needs of the community.

Renown Heath focuses on more than just providing attention to medical needs; they are very aware of the well-being of those within the community. To benefit the community, Renown Health has reinvested $78 million into the Nevada region, for research, community out-reach initiatives, educational needs, and non-reimbursable health care services.

Renown Health is a provider of community financial support and contributes to 80 localized nonprofit agencies, which amounts to over $63 million on an annual basis. They have met the needs of those organizations in areas of capital improvement, for stabilization of equipment, technology and building structure.

During fiscal year 2016, Renown Health’s total economic impact in Nevada amounted to $1.8 billion and over 12,000 localized job placements. Additionally, Renown Health was involved in 75 clinical trials, such as research to determine the most-effective way, for the treatment of cancer patients.

There are more than 150 community members serving on the board, for Renown Health, including those directly involved in an advisory capacity.

Renown’s professional network: https://www.linkedin.com/company/renown-health

Entrepreneur Eric Lefkofsky’s Quest To Help Solve Breast Cancer

Eric Lefkofsky, who also founded Groupon, founded Tempus, Inc. in Chicago, Illinois. He recently partnered with the University of Chicago by giving the doctors there access to his data in order to help breast cancer patients. The data that he has provided them is molecular sequencing and analysis which allows the doctors to create individualized treatment plans for each patient. Additionally, Tempus will use the data gathered from 1,000 breast cancer patients in order to find patterns that will help see how other patients will respond to treatment in the future.

One of the doctors at the University of Chicago, Dr. Olufunmilayo Olopade, said that even though breast cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer very little data has been collected from past breast cancer patients in order to treat it. Due to this doctors have to make treatment decisions that don’t make use of specific gene information. By having access to this specific gene information the doctor will be able to make a more informed decision when treating each patient. The platform that Tempus designed makes use of machine learning and genomic sequencing. This data helps doctors make real-time, individualized treatment decisions which will lead to better outcomes.

Tempus has partnered with several health organizations over the past year. Among these is the Mayo Clinic, Penn Medicine, the Robert H. Lurie Comprehensive Cancer Center of Northwestern University, and the University of Michigan.

Eric Lefkofsky founded Tempus in 2015 and serves as the Chief Executive Officer of the company. In addition to Tempus and Groupon he has founded a number of other successful companies including Uptake, Lightbank, and Mediabank. Lefkofsky graduated from the University of Michigan in 1991 and earned his JD in 1994 from the University of Michigan Law School.

In 2006 Lefkofsky founded Lefkofsky Family Foundation along with his wife, Liz. The charitable causes that they contribute to include education, medical research, human rights, and the arts. Among his other charitable activities, he is a Trustee of Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago and is the Chairman of the Board of Trustees for the Steppenwolf Theatre Company.