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Category: Institutional Resources
Q&A with Brian Hasselfeld, Assistant Medical Director for Digital Health Innovations
The Institute for Excellence in Education celebrates a decade of working to improve medical education.
The event will bring together experts who will collaborate to improve quality and affordability of care for patients with chronic conditions.
The Hopkins Access Line (HAL) organizes admissions throughout the Johns Hopkins health system, including transfers between Johns Hopkins hospitals.
Johns Hopkins Medicine is adding a clinical track that will provide a new promotion path to faculty members who have a primary focus on providing excellent care to patients.
Many tools and resources are available to help Johns Hopkins researchers use the information in the Epic electronic medical records system.
The Johns Hopkins Medicine Community and Physician Grand Rounds Program matches interested Johns Hopkins faculty members with community hospitals seeking speakers.
A May 30 event will spotlight the current and future role of precision medicine at Johns Hopkins Medicine.
Johns Hopkins Medicine is expanding its patient education program, adding more videos and e-books while making it easier for clinicians to find useful materials and get them to patients.
The Johns Hopkins Office of Capital Region Research Support supports high quality research at community hospitals in the Johns Hopkins system.
The Team of Teams calls give listeners a more complete picture of Johns Hopkins Medicine.
U.S. News & World Report’s surveys of adult and pediatric care will be open on Doximity by early March. Clinical directors will share more information when available.
Creating a Wellness Office is a key recommendation made by the Joy in Medicine Task Force, charged by Dean/CEO Paul Rothman with finding ways to increase joy and meaning in the workplace.
Reclaiming joy in medicine through the practice of mindfulness and other techniques will be the focus of the April 7 event in Chevy Chase.
The Tdap vaccination will also be available on the East Baltimore campus.
Transparency and equity are the first steps to making salaries more competitive.
Gifts of $125 million will hasten development of immunotherapy treatments with the potential to cure and end all forms of cancer.
The one-day event focuses on the evidence base for PTSD treatment.
Last August, Johns Hopkins Community Physicians opened its first specialty practice in Virginia, extending a network of nearly 40 primary care and specialty outpatient sites that stretches across the Baltimore–Washington metro area.
Attend or view a live stream of the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality’s Grand Rounds, “The Future of Measurement: Value and Science-Driven Health Care,” on Thursday, Nov. 12.
The new Office of Johns Hopkins Physicians website features stories from BestPractice about the exemplary clinical work performed by physicians throughout Johns Hopkins Medicine, along with regulatory information and institutional messaging.
An online health informatics course provides advice and context for using electronic medical records systems.
A Social Determinants of Health Wheel now in electronic patient charts makes it easy for clinicians to see factors such as social isolation or tobacco use.