Computerworld Magazine Names Johns Hopkins Medicine Among the Nation’s Top Places to Work in Information Technology
Johns Hopkins Medicine has been selected by IDG’s Computerworld magazine as one of the nation’s 100 Best Places to Work in Information Technology (IT) for 2013.
Criteria for the selection include employee benefits, training, retention, career development, diversity and access to cutting-edge technologies. Computerworld also conducts detailed surveys of IT employees at each organization, and the results of those surveys factor heavily in the selection process.
“We are delighted that, for the second year in a row, we have been selected as a best place to work in IT,” says Stephanie Reel, vice president and CIO at Johns Hopkins Medicine. “This selection recognizes the excellence and dedication of our employees who work hard every day to help the staff and patients we serve. I am grateful to every member of our IT team,” adds Reel.
Johns Hopkins Medicine is ranked No. 70 on the national list and is one of only two organizations selected in Maryland. A feature spotlight in the magazine says that IT pros at Johns Hopkins Medicine take pride in helping patients, and that the organization offers employees the chance to work on exciting projects, knowing that their work can make a huge difference in the lives of patients.
The full article can be found here: http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9238592/100_Best_Places_to_Work_in_IT_2013
For more information on Johns Hopkins Medicine, go to: www.hopkinsmedicine.org.