Vice President of Quality and Transformation
As vice president of quality and transformation, Jennifer Bailey, R.N., M.S., is responsible for ensuring that Johns Hopkins Community Physicians (JHCP) is prepared for health care reform, including the pay-for-performance programs for improving quality and containing costs. These include meaningful use of electronic health records, value-based purchasing for Medicaid, accountable care organizations and patient-centered medical home programs.
Ms. Bailey also assists and supports JHCP’s executive team and Johns Hopkins Medicine leadership to prepare for clinical integration and the transition to accountable care and other innovative payment models, such as shared savings programs. As the liaison for ambulatory quality in the Johns Hopkins Medicine Armstrong Institute for Quality and Patient Safety, she leads projects to further integrate all components of Johns Hopkins Medicine, with the goals of improving health and quality and reducing costs. At JHCP, she has developed a mature clinical analytics program to support successful performance improvement initiatives.