Youthful Aspirations


CRB2 Ushered In
Held on a bright, bone-chilling afternoon in early March, it was a tented affair, at which trustees, Hopkins leaders and state and city elected officials gathered to usher in a second cancer research building, currently dubbed CRB2.

Maryland's Economic Engine

 source: Johns Hopkins Economic Impact in Maryland

Harborside Seafood
A bit of Harborplace will come to Hopkins Hospital when Harborside Seafood & Chicken opens its doors in the restaurant space near the Monument Street entrance.

Making the Grade
Hospital report cards ultimately may determine where patients go for care

A new national "report card" that would make health care quality information accessible to the public is in the works, and this one likely will put a renewed emphasis on a continuing theme: service excellence.

That is because this report card will reveal not just how hospitals stack up in clinical outcomes but also how they compare in patient satisfaction.


"Patients come here for excellent care. What they also want is to be cared about."


Dan Wassilchalk, director of performance improvement, welcomes the new barometers of patient satisfaction.


Keep Those Lattes Coming!
The womens' board emerges as a funding force to be reckoned with. MORE

Pharmacies Move Forward
For employees, Hopkins' three retail pharmacies are fast becoming the drugstores of choice. MORE

We open the mailbag to see what our readers really think.


A Team to Play On
An array of improvements has boosted satisfaction among nurses at Bayview's Med A and Med B. MORE

Out in the Schools, Teaching Kids About Teenage Depression
Two psychiatrists tell their story. MORE

Living With HIPAA
A few Hopkins leaders tell how HIPAA affects their workplaces. MORE


Totals Rise, A Beard Falls
Radiothon totals surpassed last year's goal. MORE


Fanning the Fires of Youthful Aspirations
Employees throughout Johns Hopkins Medicine are reaching out to young people in neighborhood schools. MORE

Johns Hopkins Connects with North Glen Elementary


Marathon Walker


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