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Jennifer Moody

With the advent of an economic crisis, Dome has a candid conversation with Johns Hopkins Medicine’s chief financial officer.

Like millions of other Americans, we may be feeling miserable about our savings and retirement accounts, but we can take heart from working in an industry where job growth is predicted. In fact, the Bureau of Labor Statistics forecasts that health care will generate 3 million new jobs during the next eight years, accounting for 20 percent of all jobs added to the economy over that period, more than any other industry.

Recently, Dome sat down with chief financial officer Rich Grossi to discuss how the economy is affecting Hopkins and its workforce.


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Opportunity First

The U.S. Department of Labor has given its coveted “Opportunity Award” to the Johns Hopkins Health System in recognition of the equal opportunity employment efforts at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. It was the first time in the history of the award that a hospital received it. Some of the programs cited that prepare staff for advancement within the organization include the On Site RN to BSN Program, an internal recruitment campaign and formal diversity council, and the Hispanic Geriatric Nursing Assistant Program. “We are committed to equal opportunity and affirmative action to recruit and retain female and minority candidates, as well as veterans and people with disabilities,” says Gregory Schaffer, president of Johns Hopkins Bayview. Each year, only one federal contractor or nonprofit organization is recognized for establishing comprehensive workforce strategies that exemplify best corporate practices of nondiscrimination.

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Children's Tower
A Brighter Children’s House
Stained glass reflects a Baltimore tradition, delights youngsters with cancer.

Friends for Life

Barbara Cook

Two Clinics, Turned Around
Bayview’s outpatient cardiology and echo/stress clinics mark improvements in patient satisfaction.


Shouldering On
A new division in Orthopaedic Surgery takes on one of the most common musculoskeletal complaints.


All the Health Care World’s a Stage
Led by professional actors, nurses use improvisational exercises to improve relations.


Computer-Savvy Emergency Department
Patient volumes and a complex organization mean that the ED’s electronic records were a long time coming but worth the wait.


Smart Growth in a Booming County


The Great Save
A generation of researchers must assure that their data won’t retire with them.

Drew Diskin

Demystifying Dementia
Outreach manager Crystal Evans educates African Americans about memory loss.


Employee Jubilee
A Hopkins Hospital veteran reflects on 50 years of service.

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