News

Maryland Cancer Collaborative Honors Managing Cancer at Work

Wed, 15 Jul 2015

Baltimore July 15, 2015 – The Maryland Cancer Collaborative has recognized the Johns Hopkins Managing Cancer at Work Program with its 2015 Innovative Systems Change Award. This award, granted annually to programs in Maryland for their excellence in innovation was presented to Terry Langbaum and Lillie Shockney at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the MCC on June 25.

Hopkins_Managing_Cancer_at_work_MCC_award

Balance is a therapist-supported, digital behavioral health program that makes mental health care easier and more accessible.
The ACG System helps you combine a population-level perspective with patient-level behaviors and conditions, allowing you to be proactive rather than reactive when it comes to your population’s unique health care needs.
Jasper is an interactive guide that combines biometric tech, expert advice and support from loved ones to help you assess, understand and optimize your fight against diabetes.
Work Stride offers cancer prevention and education, as well as personalized nurse navigation at each stage of the cancer journey. Designed for employees, dependents, caregivers and managers.