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Johns Hopkins Hospital Ranked #3

Thu, 30 Jul 2020

The Johns Hopkins Hospital has been named the #3 hospital in U.S. News & World Report’s 2020 Honor Roll. Our mission is to bring the best of Johns Hopkins – one of the world’s leading […]

COVID-19 and the Importance Of Safe Cancer Screening

Mon, 6 Jul 2020

Cancer doesn’t stop during a pandemic. Cancer screenings can increase the chances of finding certain cancers early when they are most likely to be treated successfully. See our guidelines for identifying safe screening sites. Click here […]

Coronavirus and the New Normal

Sun, 14 Jun 2020

Businesses and social activities across the country are slowly reopening to a world profoundly changed by the coronavirus pandemic, which remains a very real and potentially dangerous public health risk. So, as we resume our […]

Caregiving for the Elderly

Mon, 8 Jun 2020

Even as the country slowly begins to reopen, people over 60—especially those with preexisting health conditions like heart and lung disease, diabetes and cancer—remain especially vulnerable to severe illness from COVID-19. Alicia Arbaje, M.D., M.Ph.H, Ph.D., […]

Is it safe to go to the doctor?

Mon, 1 Jun 2020

Is it safe to go to the doctor? Even as much of the country is slowly re-opening, many cities, counties and states continue to enforce stay-at-home policies. Because of this, many people are postponing their […]

Helping Your Kids Stay Focused on School

Fri, 22 May 2020

In many American households, school days have led to school daze. As the school year winds down, so is the novelty of virtual schooling, and parents are finding it increasingly challenging to keep their young […]

Maintaining Perspective During a Crisis

Tue, 19 May 2020

Job loss. Financial uncertainty. Juggling home schooling with work demands. Self-isolation and “quarantine fatigue.” For so many of us, our mounting stress and anxiety caused by the coronavirus pandemic are challenging our best efforts to […]

The Pandemic Will Change Everything

Mon, 11 May 2020

Adversity. We all are facing it in one way or another as we try to adjust to the drastic disruption of our lifestyle and routines caused by the coronavirus pandemic. And many of the challenges […]

Work Stride Co-Developer Lillie Shockney Named 2020 Master Educator

Mon, 11 May 2020

Work Stride: Managing Cancer at Work co-developer Lillie Shockney, RN, BS, MAS, has been named among the 2020 PM360 ELITE 100 in the Master Educators category. Now in its sixth year, the PM360 ELITE (Exceptional • Leaders • Innovators • […]

Coronavirus: Face Masks and Other Protection

Tue, 5 May 2020

Although most Americans continue to shelter in place to protect themselves from the coronavirus and “flatten the curve,” many others find themselves needing to go into public spaces. While scientists and public health experts advocate for […]

Coronavirus: When COVID-19 Enters a Busy Household

Tue, 28 Apr 2020

Many families are doing some serious juggling, trying to work from home and care for the kids, all while trying to keep everyone safe and healthy. For those living in households with small and school-age […]

Coronavirus: 5 Questions about Safe Snacking

Mon, 20 Apr 2020

While we’re all spending more time at home, we are probably also snacking more. Are some snacks better—and safer—than others? Melanie Newkirk, a registered dietitian, nutritionist and the clinical manager of Johns Hopkins All Children’s […]

Coronavirus: What to do if I feel sick?

Mon, 13 Apr 2020

If you have a cough, a fever or difficulty breathing, and you are worried that you may have COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, here are recommendations from Lisa Maragakis, M.D., M.P.H., senior […]

Practicing Wellness While at Home

Mon, 6 Apr 2020

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are working from home these days. Under normal circumstances, telecommuting can offer a pleasant break from your daily routine. But this situation is far from normal. Harpreet […]

How to manage stress from COVID-19

Thu, 26 Mar 2020

During times of crisis, it’s more important than ever to have the tools and resources to maintain a healthy workforce and do our part to help keep our global community safe. As the new coronavirus […]

Quest Diagnostics Recognizes the Johns Hopkins Balance Program for Elevating the Topic of Mental Well-Being

Thu, 13 Feb 2020

Quest Diagnostics introduced the Johns Hopkins Balance program in September 2019 to help employees understand their behavioral health risk and facilitate access to high-quality care. In February, Quest recognized its Employee Health team and the Balance […]

Register Now! 2020 International Conference

Tue, 21 Jan 2020

An Analytics-Driven Approach to Managing Population Health Register now! Join the Johns Hopkins HealthCare Solutions team and customers from around the world in Baltimore’s beautiful downtown waterfront for the 2020 Solutions and ACG System International User Conference. […]

Save the Date! 2020 International Conference

Fri, 10 Jan 2020

An Analytics-Driven Approach to Managing Population Health Save the date! Join the Johns Hopkins HealthCare Solutions team and customers from around the world in Baltimore’s beautiful downtown waterfront for the 2020 Solutions and ACG System International User […]

Caring for the Caregiver Featured on Maryland Public Television

Tue, 7 Jan 2020

Johns Hopkins Caring for the Caregiver: Implementing RISE program was featured on Maryland Public Television’s “State Circle” in late September. Valuable information was shared on how healthcare institutions throughout the country and around the world are benefiting […]

Caring for the Caregiver Featured on NPR Radio

Tue, 7 Jan 2020

Johns Hopkins Caring for the Caregiver: Implementing RISE program was featured on NPR radio in Maryland recently. The WYPR program “On the Record” broadcast an in-depth interview with Maryland Patient Safety Center’s interim president and CEO, Bonnie DiPietro, […]

CAPABLE Offers TLC To Older Adults And Their Homes So They Can Stay Put

Tue, 26 Nov 2019

Johns Hopkins innovative CAPABLE program – that allows seniors to remain at home, functional and safe as they age – was featured on NPR’s Morning Edition.   The piece features Betty Givens, an 83-year-old who wants to […]

Low-Cost Intervention Reduces Risk of Opioid Overdose

Tue, 19 Nov 2019

Johns Hopkins’ Brief Opioid Overdose Knowledge (BOOK) program was featured in the Fall 2019 edition of Hopkins Brain Wise in an article entitled Low Cost Intervention Reduces Risk of Opioid Overdose. Kelly Dunn and colleagues Cecilia Bergeria […]

DECIDE Diabetes Self-Management Program Featured at NIH Speaker Series

Tue, 13 Aug 2019

DECIDE, Johns Hopkins’ diabetes self-management program, has been recognized by the National Institutes of Health Office of Behavioral and Social Sciences Research (OBSSR) as an example of behavioral and social science innovation. DECIDE program developer Dr. Felicia […]

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.
Blossom 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.