Dedicated, honest, genuine — these are just a few of the adjectives patients use to describe Dr. Chip Studley, owner of Studley Chiropractic in East Sacramento.
Elk Grove-based EyeRate is a social platform designed to recognize and reward employees for their product knowledge and customer service, helping them earn more of what their labor is worth.
Stanford Sierra Youth & Families envisions safe, lifelong connections for all young people, strengthened through generations of empowered families. Founded in 1900, this nonprofit supports the entire family with professional treatment and compassionate care, so every youth has the opportunity to thrive at home, in school and in the community.
Shriners Children’s Northern California is celebrating several important milestones. This year marks the 100th anniversary of the entire Shriners Children’s system and the 25th anniversary of the Sacramento hospital.
To pursue its mission of preventing cancer, saving lives and diminishing suffering, the American Cancer Society has invested more than $5 billion in cancer research since 1946. Currently, ACS has 96 funded research grants totaling $52,367,700 in California.
Cristina Davis, a professor of mechanical and aerospace
engineering and associate dean of research for the UC Davis
College of Engineering, is developing a breathalyzer-like
device to detect COVID-19 and its severity in individuals.
During the pandemic, the benefits of patients connecting
virtually have been transformative in many ways.
Davis-based VasoBio has created a medical device that could improve the quality of life for people with kidney diseases.
Over two years into the pandemic and many are beyond burnt
out and in need of support. We examine the ways we’ve
suffered and how to mediate the psychological effects of pandemic
As an extrovert, Dr. Janine Bera thrives on connection to her team and caring for her patients. Here’s how the chief medical officer of WellSpace Health structures her days.