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Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality
The Armstrong Institute's goal is to eliminate preventable harm to patients and to achieve the best patient outcomes at the lowest cost possible, and then to share knowledge of how to achieve this goal with the world. Created with a $10 million gift from C. Michael Armstrong, former chairman of the Johns Hopkins Medicine Board of Trustees, the institute also provides an infrastructure that, for the first time, oversees, coordinates and supports patient safety and quality efforts across Johns Hopkins' integrated health care system.
Center for Health Care Human Factors
Our new Center for Health Care Human Factors is dedicated to improving the way that health care professionals, patients and families interact with care systems.
Join an Antibiotic Stewardship Program
We're recruiting hospitals for a 12-month national project that begins December 2017.
Our Global Collaborations team supports organizations in their pursuit of zero patient harm.
The Armstrong Institute Center for Diagnostic Excellence
Johns Hopkins Medicine announced the opening of the Armstrong Institute Center for Diagnostic Excellence. The center, led by David Newman-Toker, M.D., Ph.D., professor of neurology and otolaryngology and an internationally-recognized leader in diagnostic research and diagnostic safety, will enhance diagnostic accuracy, cut waste on unnecessary diagnostic testing, and move the needle on eliminating preventable harms from diagnostic errors worldwide. This center is part of the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality.
Simu-Leader: Improving Patient Safety and Quality of Care
Through a grant from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality and Johns Hopkins’ Applied Physics Laboratory have created an innovative, simulation-based management and leadership training course.