Dome June 2012
from Dean/CEO Edward D. Miller, M.D.
Articles in this Issue
After 15 years at the helm, a much beloved leader says good-bye.
The president of The Johns Hopkins Hospital reflects on a winning partnership.
Groups of care providers, researchers, educators, administrators and business experts join forces to help implement “mission imperatives” for Johns Hopkins Medicine.
Patients of Johns Hopkins Medicine soon will have the opportunity to manage their personal health records from the privacy and convenience of their laptops.
Anxious about tripling in size and broadening its scope, a nursing unit learns to adapt.
Throughout the Hopkins system, collaborations are forming to reduce readmissions from nursing homes.
Hopkins hurries to assist physicians and other prescribers in adhering to medication order guidelines.
Putting safety first, Johns Hopkins Medicine requires that all employees receive a flu vaccine.
Meeting the Challenge
A one-day conference honors Dean/CEO Edward Miller
Facing more rigorous standards of care, Johns Hopkins HealthCare reaches out to Hopkins providers for a solution.
A scholarship program designed to increase the diversity of medical students at the school of medicine has given rise to a class of leaders with a different worldview.
Ideas at Work
Medical student Alex Harding discovers a power secret about an everyday garnish.
By the Book
New history recounts times triumphant - tumultuous.
This is a transcript of a speech he gave at the March 1, 2012 event celebrating the honor bestowed on him.
For Ronald R. Peterson, his nearly 40 years serving the Health System was nothing more than what was expected, but a new professorship in his name speaks volumes about his extraordinary abilities.
A great leader
Morris Offit, honorary member of the Johns Hopkins Medicine Board of Trustees and former chair of The Johns Hopkins University Board of Trustees, reflects on the leadership of Ronald R. Peterson. View video.