Activity and Mobility Promotion

Our Solution

We deliver Johns Hopkins’ clinical and administrative expertise, research, network and proven mobility solutions to improve the lives of patients worldwide.

The Johns Hopkins activity and mobility promotion consulting program is designed to restore patient health and shorten length of stay after illness or injury by providing the tools and health care education needed to implement structured quality improvement processes. We help our clients develop a collaborative culture of mobility, successfully integrating mobility as an essential component of hospital operations, quality improvement and patient safety efforts. Our programs lead to greater patient engagement and improved patient experience through mobility independence.

Our Approach

Johns Hopkins experts will first meet with clients virtually to assess the culture of mobility at their organization. They will then provide a comprehensive report of recommendations, which may include training and implementation options ranging from institution-level culture change to hands-on, front-line training. We will define opportunities to drive program sustainability, integration and innovation within the hospital or health system. Programs range in duration from as little as a one-hour virtual course to a series of professional coaching sessions throughout the year with Johns Hopkins’ executive and leadership teams.

Featured Experts

  • Eleni Flanagan, M.S.N., M.B.A., R.N.-B.C.

    Eleni Flanagan is the assistant director of nursing, overseeing inpatient and procedural nursing operations for the department of medical nursing at Johns Hopkins.

    Eleni Flanagan, M.S.N., M.B.A., R.N.-B.C.
  • Michael Friedman, P.T., M.B.A.

    Michael Friedman is the director of strategic program development and a faculty member of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. He co-directs the Johns Hopkins Medicine activity and mobility promotion program.

    Michael Friedman, PT, MBA
  • Erik Hans Hoyer, M.D.

    As the vice chair for quality, safety and service, Erik Hoyer leads efforts to improve patient safety and care at Johns Hopkins. He is an assistant professor of physical medicine and rehabilitation.

    Erik Hans Hoyer, M.D.

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