Journal of Graduate Medical Education: Residency Interviews in the 21st Century

JULY 2016 – Thalamus featured in the Journal of Graduate Medical Education.

Since the 1950s, physicians and scientists have made incredible advances throughout the field of medicine. We have discovered life-saving drugs, performed procedures that would have seemed unimaginable, and improved the quality of life of patients across the spectrum of care. All of these accomplishments were made possible by technological advances.
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Media Health Leaders: Medical Residency Interview Scheduling, Automated

AUGUST 25, 2015 – Thalamus featured in Media Health Leaders.

Trimming Fat from the System
“Some applicants are spending between $10,000 and $20,000 just on the interview process in terms of travel costs,” says Reminick, who eventually chose Stanford University Hospital and Clinics/Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital and just completed his second year of combined residency in pediatrics and anesthesiology there. Reminick cites an estimate from Forbes that the entire process wastes between $300 and $400 million.
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