Director of Rehabilitation Therapy Services
Michael is the Director of Strategic Program Development and faculty member of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. Mr. Friedman co-directs the Johns Hopkins Medicine Activity and Mobility Promotion (AMP).
Mr. Friedman’s responsibilities include integration of rehabilitation within health system initiatives inclusive but not limited to population health, quality improvement, clinical research, practice standardization, and functional outcome measurement. Additionally, Mr. Friedman’s responsibilities include development and management of education and training solutions and partnerships.
Mr. Friedman has co-authored publications and presented internationally at academic and professional venues on the topics of Rehabilitation Business Management, Functional Outcome Measurement, Post-Professional Training Financial Models and Value-Based Culture of Mobility Initiatives. Mr. Friedman Chairs the APTA Health System Rehabilitation Community and is a member of the Acute Care and Health Policy and Administrations sections of the APTA.
Masters of Physical Therapy: Shenandoah University
Masters of Business Administration, Robert H. Smith School of Business, University of Maryland
Bachelor of Science in Psychology: University of Maryland