The Office of Education and Training develops, evaluates and coordinates innovative learning to support strategic initiatives of the Office of Johns Hopkins Physicians. Targeting quality, delivery, financial performance and value-based healthcare, OET works closely with other entities within our learning healthcare system to identify and disseminate best practices.
Billing, Coding, Risk Adjustment
CPT 2023, E-Visit documentation and billing
Team Based TH, Patient Aids, Office of Telemedicine
Clinical and Medical Education
New DEA Education, Ambulatory Nursing, Providers, Operations Education, Scribe Program
Epic & Informatics Education
Great 8, Epic Training, SPRINT & More
Maryland Primary Care Program & CTO
MDPCP Overview & Geriatric Care
Practice Management & Leadership
AMP, CHAMP, & more
High Value Care & Value-Based Care
Diabetes Prevention and Education Program and more
Update Regarding Required Opioid Training for DEA Renewal
27 JUNE 2023
Providers renewing their DEA registrations after June 27, 2023, will be required to complete a one-time, eight-hour training on the treatment and management of patients with opioid or other substance use disorders. This requirement effects all DEA registrants regardless of whether they currently are or are not willing to prescribe buprenorphine to patients.
Click here for more info and training resources
Federal PHE Ending
11 MAY 2023
Learn about changes in telemedicine, policy, and compliance as the federal PHE ends on May 11th 2023.
Great 8: In Basket Optimization Initiative
01 MAR 2022 - 30 JUN 2023
A curriculum for all members of the ambulatory healthcare team across Johns Hopkins Medicine. This program includes training for faculty/providers, clinical support teams, and leadership. It will provide case-based learning on the "Great 8" common In Basket tasks and provides standard operating procedures (SOPs) for each. For training enrollment and training materials click here.
The Academic Scribe Program at Johns Hopkins
01 MAY 2022 - 30 JUN 2023
The Office of John Hopkins Physicians (OJHP) is in search of bright and motivated individuals to perform medical scribing for providers throughout Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM) starting this summer and early fall.
Foundations of Learning Healthcare Systems
Improving health outcomes and making the delivery system more effective relies on meaningful collaboration of patients, providers, and teams.
Learning healthcare systems (LHS) are organizations where “science, informatics, incentives, and culture are aligned for continuous improvement and innovation.”3 In 2013, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) proposed that health care organizations transform into learning systems characterized by effective integration of science and informatics, patient‐clinician partnerships, incentives, and culture.4 Many institutions, including Johns Hopkins Medicine, have created leadership and structural systems to promote learning, accountability, and change.5
Read the Foundational Aims
System based training and education efforts, focusing on quality, delivery, financial performance and value based healthcare.
By identifying learning gaps and developing precise educational interventions.
Learners by helping them understand their vital roles in transformation.