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Managed Care Partners - Managed Care Partners Spring/Summer 2011

Managed Care Partners Spring/Summer 2011

Managed Care Partners

Eric Howell, Amy Deutschendorf and Mary Myers are playing key roles to reduce the revolving door of patient readmissions throughout Hopkins Medicine.
IMPROVING THE TRANSITIONS OF CARE
A Johns Hopkins task force seeks to reduce the number of preventable hospital readmissions.
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Eric Howell, Amy Deutschendorf and Mary Myers are playing key roles to reduce the revolving door of patient readmissions throughout Hopkins Medicine.

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From the Office of Managed Care

  • Today, we're continuing Johns Hopkins' boundary-pushing spirit by looking more closely than ever at how health care actually gets delivered.

Managed Care News

  • A new advisory panel is helping Priority Partners reassess customer service, marketing and outreach efforts geared to Hispanics.
  • Johns Hopkin Health System's senior epidemiologist aims to unify practice and messages across the institution.

Patient Safety

  • The medical-surgical unit of the Johns Hopkins Children's Center recently decided to ask nurses to conduct shift reports at the bedside.

Bits, Bytes, and Briefs

  • On speaking teenage-ese, comparative effectiveness research, and Johns Hopkins' Guided Care Program.

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