Managed Care Partners - Spring 2010
Johns Hopkins Medicine’s newest member has long followed an academic medical center model.
Being so close to the National Institutes of Health has allowed Suburban Hospital to provide care unavailable at most community hospitals.
Articles in this Issue
Johns Hopkins Medicine's newest member has long followed an academic medical center model.
From the Office of Managed Care
With health care reform legislation a done deal, the next step is for providers and payers to cooperate on revamping the old payment model.
Managed Care News
How a group of dedicated physicians have made the hospitalist program at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center one of the best in the nation.
At Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, neurosurgeons are using a navigation system during operations that shows a razor-sharp image of their progress.
Getting more full-time faculty on board and establishing a central telephone number for patients has streamlined a formerly inefficient system.
Meet Your Partners
By contributing to part of the costs, insurers could speed up the rewards of research.
Patricia Brown, president of Johns Hopkins HealthCare LLC, 410-614-3227
Mary Ann Ayd, managing editor, email@example.com