- IT @ JHU
IT@ Johns Hopkins’ primary focus is to support the missions of the Johns Hopkins Institutions. We provide technology solutions for our faculty, staff, patients, and students in support of teaching, research, and patient care.
- Johns Hopkins Antibiotic Guide
The Antibiotic Guide is a "decision support tool" intended to provide clinicians with concise, digested, timely information about the diagnosis and treatment of infectious diseases. The information is arranged so that it is clinically useful at the point of care, instantly. We hope that you find it helpful in your practice.
- Johns Hopkins Enterprise Directory (JHED)
The new Johns Hopkins Enterprise Directory is by far the most comprehensive on-line source for address, telephone, e-mail and other contact information for faculty and staff at the Johns Hopkins Institutions. The information it contains has been collected from throughout both Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Health System (including both Johns Hopkins Hospital and Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center).
PING is a service that allows you to send text messages to mobile devices. It is available to faculty and staff, as well as students in the School of Medicine, School of Nursing, and School of Public Health. Users can log into the application, find a name and then type a message, which will be automatically sent to that person. PING has replaced PagerBox. A major advantage with PING is that the new system will automatically reveal the sender.
- Web Center
The Johns Hopkins Medicine Web Center is based in the Office of Corporate Communications and is solely responsible for the management of this Web site. The Web Center staff is responsible for maintaining the architecture, design and coordination of content within this site. Working closely with Enterprise Services, Web Center staff members coordinate all technical aspects of the site.