Collaborating across borders. Changing patients’ lives. Transforming health care. We help clients move health care forward.
Whether a health care organization needs a long-term partner or a focused solution, we work side by side to tackle the most complex health care challenges. We bring more than 25 years of global health care consulting experience — and more than 130 years of health care innovation — to help our clients succeed. Our clinical and administrative expertise, our research, our network and our proven solutions all come together to help improve the lives of patients worldwide.
How We Help Clients in Your Region
We partner globally to advance health care locally — so more patients can receive care in their home countries — and develop continuity of care for patients who need to travel for the best outcomes.
Through peer-to-peer, physician-to-physician and hospital-to-hospital collaborations, we help our clients solve problems and reach their goals, forming a network with clinical and administrative experts from across Johns Hopkins and around the world.
Featured Health Care Solutions
We excel in clinical programming, operational planning, hospital management and more. Whether our clients need us to develop a center of excellence from the ground up or simply to enhance existing procedures, we bring the right expertise to the table.
We help clients develop state-of-the-art hospitals and health systems. From hospital planning to execution, our health care facilities design and development consulting focuses on architectural design, construction and commissioning support, clinical programming, human resources planning, IT solutions and more.
We provide health care training, technical assistance and health care education on topics ranging from infection control to quality assurance. We also help clients earn hospital accreditation, demonstrating their commitment to health care quality and patient safety standards.
As a leading academic medical system, we recognize the importance of investing in health care training and education. We provide clients with a range of health care education opportunities, from observerships and faculty visit programs to nursing leadership and health executive education.
Our Global Health Care Experts
Johns Hopkins’ experts provide businesses with customized, patient-centered approaches tailored to local needs, ensuring the sustainability of our work together — long after our formal engagement concludes.
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.
Judy Huang, M.D.
Judy Huang serves as director of the Neurosurgery Residency Program. As a member of the board of directors of the American Board of Neurological Surgery, she plays an influential role in the training standards and certification of practicing neurosurgeons across the U.S.
Brian Richard Matlaga, M.D., M.P.H.
Brian Matlaga is a professor of urology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and serves as the executive medical director for clinical affairs with Johns Hopkins Medicine International.
Victor C. Urrutia, M.D., F.A.H.A.
Victor Urrutia is professor of neurology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, director of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Comprehensive Stroke Center and founder and director of the Johns Hopkins Global Center for Organized Stroke Care.
Positives in the Pandemic?
We need to work together with other health systems and tech innovators to create an ecosystem that not only improves clinical services at specific points of care, but also promotes health and well-being in sound, sustainable ways.
The Future of Health Care Globalization
Health care globalization at its best brings partners together to create comprehensive local solutions. It changes people’s lives, expands hope and opens opportunities. It becomes the promise of medicine.
Who Is the Person in Personalized Medicine?
There are no generic patients. We are teaching physicians to slow down and get to know each patient as a person. Taking this time will mean making more accurate diagnoses, providing better treatment choices, and achieving greater patient understanding and satisfaction.