News and Updates
Who Says the Strategic Plan Can't Be Fun?
At a recent Johns Hopkins Medicine Town Meeting, two senior leaders followed Ellen Degeneres’ recent Oscars example and took “selfies” with staff members. View the slideshow below.
What Does JHM Leadership Do to Keep Healthy?
View the video of the Johns Hopkins Medicine Town Meeting held in a new format at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center on March 13. You can also hear interesting dialogue about the Strategic Plan’s people initiative between Paul B. Rothman, dean of the medical faculty and CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine, Ronald R. Peterson, president of The Johns Hopkins Hospital and executive vice president of Johns Hopkins Medicine, Pamela Paulk, senior vice president of HR, and Janice Clements, vice dean for faculty.
New Tests for Prostate Cancer, Community Health and More
The Strategic Plan initiatives of integration and biomedical discovery were the focus at the Johns Hopkins Medicine Town Meeting held March 11 at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Alan Partin, professor and director of the Department of Urology, presented “Beyond PSA – New Blood, Urine and Tissue Tests for Prostate Cancer,” and Patty Brown, president of Johns Hopkins HealthCare and senior vice president of the Office of Population Health and Managed Care, spoke on the Johns Hopkins Community Health Partnership and Johns Hopkins Medicine Alliance for Patients. Leadership provided updates on the Strategic Plan, including why we’re expanding the Johns Hopkins Medicine footprint, joint ventures with Saudi Aramco and MedImmune, and the importance of out-of-state revenue and the Maryland waiver. A touching patient story about lifesaving surgery performed to correct a severe birth defect was shared.
- View the full town meeting.
- Beyond PSA – New Blood, Urine and Tissue Tests for Prostate Cancer
- Johns Hopkins Community Health Partnership and Johns Hopkins Medicine Alliance for Patients
- Joint ventures with Saudi Aramco and MedImmune
- Importance of out-of-state revenue and the Maryland waiver
- A touching patient story
Strategic Plan Survey Shows Need for More Awareness
More than 8,000 faculty and staff recently completed an online survey about their knowledge of the JHM strategic plan and its six strategic priorities. Perhaps most startling was that 66.5 percent of respondents reported having not heard of the strategic plan, and 56.6 percent reported never discussing the plan and its priorities with their team.