Dr. Jeffrey Durmer has been working with the USA Olympic Weightlifting team to ensure optimal sleep to help them gain a competitive edge.
Good Morning America: This doctor helps Olympians with their sleep. Here are his tips to sleep like a champion.
Jeffrey Durmer, MD, PhD, chief medical officer at Nox Health and sleep and circadian performance physician for the USA Olympic Weightlifting team, spoke to Good Morning America about the importance of sleep for Olympic athletes (and the rest of us).
Nox Health continues to expand its clinical and research teams with the addition of Dr. Jason Ong as Director of Behavioral Sleep Medicine.
Nox Health acquisition of Health Care Data Partners further strengthens Nox Health’s ability to deliver best in class data-driven sleep health solutions.
SleepCharge’s Dr. Jeffrey Durmer was published this month in Journal of Clinical Sleep Medicine.
Nox Health featured in Healthcare Business Today to discuss how our delivery of sleep health care continues to revolutionize the industry, especially in a pandemic
SleepCharge by Nox Health has announced the next evolution of its program for Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Insomnia (CBTi). The new program called Restful Mind helps patients achieve better sleep.
In the News SleepCharge Invests in Client, Patient Experience with Addition of Three Senior-Level Hires Sleep Health Leader Welcomes Medical and Research Directors, Program Manager to Robust Team of Experts ATLANTA—September 15, 2020 SleepCharge by Nox Health is delighted to announce the addition of three new senior-level leaders, further strengthening the company’s collective expertise and enhancing its delivery of effective population-based sleep health programs. Dr. Alp Sinan Baran, M.D., will… Read More »SleepCharge invests in client, patient experience with three senior-level hires
As we return to the workplace, most CEOs have three things on their mind: supporting the health of their employees, increasing productivity with—for some—a leaner staff, and cutting costs to weather the economic downturn. Kristjansson says sleep addresses all three.
After years of recognizing sleep’s role in productivity and controlling health-care costs, employers are giving employees tools to do something about it.