We are driven to make health care delivery around the world more efficient, affordable and accessible through the strategic use of data and analytical insights.
The precision medicine experts at Johns Hopkins help clients around the world understand how to best leverage their data and advance analytical capabilities to improve decision-making and build the foundation for a data-driven precision medicine program at their organization. Health care institutions empowered by a strong intelligence platform are better able to discover clinically and biologically relevant data and apply those discoveries back into clinical care for better patient outcomes.
We guide strategy, provide best practices, and advise on the most current data collection and analysis processes, including secure storage and sharing across stakeholder groups. We also provide critical insights on the design and development of clinical and research practice groups that help to move data from discovery to delivery in targeted diseases or specialties — what we call precision medicine centers of excellence.
Johns Hopkins inHealth, our strategic initiative to advance precision medicine at Johns Hopkins, has 22 precision medicine centers of excellence covering a broad range of diseases and topics from asthma to lung cancer, patient safety to COVID-19. We continue to stand at the forefront of precision medicine innovation, and bring the benefits of our discoveries to health care systems around the world to improve patient care.
Paul Nagy, Ph.D.
Paul Nagy leads the observational health and data science informatics efforts at Johns Hopkins, and serves as the deputy director of the Johns Hopkins Medicine Technology Innovation Center.
Aalok Shah serves as the director of product management for the Johns Hopkins inHealth precision medicine initiative.
Valerie Smothers oversees the governance and accessibility of patient data for Johns Hopkins Medicine. She has extensive background in instructional design.
Antony Rosen, M.B.Ch.B., M.S.
Antony Rosen is director of the division of rheumatology and vice dean for research at Johns Hopkins.