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Leading the Change: Insights from Paul B. Rothman, Dean and CEO


How Our Clinical Communities Improve Quality Measures

At Johns Hopkins Medicine, a changing environment for practicing academic medicine calls for us to be more innovative than ever in the care we provide. 

One initiative, which aims to improve the quality of health care and optimize patient outcomes while streamlining best practices, is the establishment of clinical communities. Clinical communities are physician-led, self-governing clinical teams with a broad representation across Johns Hopkins Medicine that come together to identify and achieve goals related to health care quality.

Pulse: Skyrocketing Drug Prices

 This month, Dr. Miller discusses why the price of prescription drugs are continuing to rise in our country. She shares what Johns Hopkins is doing to address the problem locally and gives her perspective on what the country could to regulate fair pricing. 

Tune in to Pulse now.

Dean's Lecture Series

The Office of the Dean has designed a lecture series to bring the intellectual work and creative scholarship of senior faculty members to the attention of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine community.

All 2016 presentations are now available on the Dean's Lecture Series page.


About Paul B. Rothman, M.D.

Paul B. Rothman, M.D.

Dr. Rothman is the Dean of the Medical Faculty and CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine. View his profile.

About Johns Hopkins Medicine

About Johns Hopkins Medicine

JHM unites the physicians and scientists of the School of Medicine with the health professionals and facilities that make up the broad, integrated Johns Hopkins Health System. Learn more.