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Newsletter

Welcome to the Johns Hopkins HealthCare Solutions Newsletter section. The below articles are geared to health care leaders and innovators interested in the latest Johns Hopkins solutions and corporate collaborations—and the impact they’re having on the health care industry. Sign up to receive our bi-monthly e-newsletter, just click here.

ARTICLE: Risk-adjustment System Improves Population Health Globally

Thu, 11 Dec 2014

The standard for risk adjustment, the Johns Hopkins ACG® System boasts a customizable suite of tools that supports basic and complex applications in finance, administration, care delivery, and evaluative research.

ARTICLE: Collaborating to Improve Health Care Quality and Value

Thu, 11 Dec 2014

Premier, Inc., and Johns Hopkins to develop models to improve health care and foster wellness.

Addressing Health Care Challenges | Onsite Clinics | Patient Safety

Thu, 16 Oct 2014

  Johns Hopkins HealthCare President Patricia M.C. Brown guides you to the ways Johns Hopkins experts & programs can help improve the health of your organizations’ population. Healthcare at the workplace adds value to employers and […]

ARTICLE: Bringing Science to Patient Safety

Wed, 15 Oct 2014

Peter J. Pronovost, MD, PhD, notes that quick fixes won’t improve the quality of patient care. We need long-term solutions that are rooted in the science of patient safety.

ARTICLE: Worksite Clinics Help Keep Employees Healthy, on the Job

Wed, 15 Oct 2014

A health care clinic available right within the workplace adds value to employers and reduces the amount of time employees are away from work with injury-and illness-related absences.

ARTICLE: Addressing Health Care’s Challenges

Thu, 9 Oct 2014

Johns Hopkins HealthCare president Patricia M.C. Brown guides you to the ways Johns Hopkins experts and programs are helping improve population health.