Johns Hopkins Medicine

How do Psychedelics Work? | 6/30/2020

… a large number of receptors targeted by psychedelic drugs such as LSD or psilocybin ¾ the hallucinogenic chemical found in certain mushrooms. To see what happens in the claustrum when people are on psychedelics, Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers compared the brain scans of people after they took psilocybin with their scans after taking a placebo. Their findings were published online on May 23, 2020, in the journal NeuroImage . The scans …

Story Tips From Johns Hopkins Experts on COVID-19 | 6/30/2020

30-Jun-2020 12:00 PM EDT , by Johns Hopkins Medicine contact patient services Credit: Getty Images Video: Right Here, Right Now Cheryl Connors, Director, Resilience in Stressful Events (RISE) Program It seems there will never be enough “thank you’s” for the incredible doctors, nurses, technicians and support staff members who are working around the clock to help patients who have the dangerous coronavirus disease. The dedication, determination and spirit enable …

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Pandemic resource allocation needs to address health inequity | 6/30/2020

… decide who gets critical care resources, such as a bed in the intensive care unit or a respirator. Many hospitals recommend distributing resources to the healthiest patients who are most likely to survive. However, Johns Hopkins Medicine physicians and bioethicists say that using this kind of selection method preferentially chooses people who are white or affluent over patients who are Black, Latino or from the inner city. In a commentary …

Three Stages to COVID-19 Brain Damage, New Review Suggests | 6/30/2020

… and ideally a brain MRI before leaving the hospital; and, if there are abnormalities, they should follow up with a neurologist in 3 to 4 months,” said Fotuhi, who is also affiliate staff at Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland. The review was published online June 8 in the Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease . Wreaks CNS Havoc It has become “increasingly evident” that SARS-CoV-2 can cause neurologic manifestations, including …

Johns Hopkins Medicine CEO: Predictive analytics, precision medicine and AI are the future of medicine | Becker’s Hospital Review | 6/29/2020

Paul Rothman, MD, CEO of Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins Medicine and dean of the medical faculty at Johns Hopkins University, discussed the health system’s COVID-19 data platform and the potential for artificial intelligence to make a difference in how health systems approach treatment in the future in an interview with The Media Line . Since the pandemic began, Johns Hopkins has gathered COVID-19 data and reported it on a …

Johns Hopkins leads effort to bring COVID-19 testing to hard-hit communities in Baltimore | 6/29/2020

Johns Hopkins Medicine is leading an initiative to provide COVID-19 testing to hard-hit areas of Baltimore City that continue to report a significant number of cases. The initiative is in collaboration with the Maryland Department of Health, the Baltimore City Health Department and Baltimoreans United in Leadership Development (BUILD). The team plans to continue testing in … from https://thedailyrecord.com/2020/06/29/johns-hopkins-leads-effort-to-bring-covid-19 …

Light-activated ‘CRISPR’ triggers precision gene editing and super-fast DNA repair | 6/29/2020

… molecular scalpel known as CRISPR, and observe how specialized cell proteins repair the exact spot where the gene was cut. FULL STORY In a series of experiments using human cancer cell lines, scientists at Johns Hopkins Medicine say they have successfully used light as a trigger to make precise cuts in genomic material rapidly, using a molecular scalpel known as CRISPR, and observe how specialized cell proteins repair the exact …

Colchicine for COVID-19; Metabolic Syndrome Prevalence: It’s TT HealthWatch! | 6/27/2020

This week’s topics also include black versus white patients with COVID-19 hospitalization, plus heart meds with coronavirus infection by Rick Lange, MD, Texas Tech; Elizabeth Tracey, Johns Hopkins Medicine June 27, TTHealthWatch is a weekly podcast from Texas Tech. In it, Elizabeth Tracey, director of electronic media for Johns Hopkins Medicine , and Rick Lange, MD, president of the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center in El Paso, look at …

Why do some people talk in their sleep? | 6/27/2020

… experts to help me understand this eerie phenomenon. Sleep talking is basically what it sounds like: “a vocalization that occurs during sleep,” explains David Neubauer, an associate professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Johns Hopkins Medicine . “The sleep talker is usually not aware of it.” The talking often lasts for a few seconds, but it can go on for up to a minute. Sometimes it makes sense, and other …

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New research confirms higher rates of new coronavirus in Latinx populations A study of testing results across Johns Hopkins Medicine testing sites highlights coronavirus racial disparities in the Baltimore-Washington area JOHNS HOPKINS MEDICINE In a new analysis of SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, test results for nearly 38,000 people has found a positivity rate among LATINX populations about three times higher than for any other …

Johns Hopkins Medicine – Tobacco Treatment Clinic | 6/25/2020

Johns Hopkins Medicine Tobacco Treatment Clinic Established in 2018, the Johns Hopkins Tobacco Treatment Center is the first such clinic in the state based on the premise that tobacco dependence is a chronic disease. “We see patients exclusively for their tobacco dependence, understanding why they smoke and when they smoke and create individualized plans to … from https://thedailyrecord.com/2020/06/24/johns-hopkins-medicine-tobacco-treatment-clinic …

Johns Hopkins Medicine Tobacco Treatment Clinic Maryland Daily Record | 6/25/2020

By: Daily Record Staff June 24, 2020 Johns Hopkins Medicine Tobacco Treatment Clinic Established in 2018, the Johns Hopkins Tobacco Treatment Center is the first such clinic in the state based on the premise that tobacco dependence is a chronic disease. “We see patients exclusively for their tobacco dependence, understanding why they smoke and when they smoke and create individualized plans to help them quit at a timeline that is …

Microsoft and John Hopkins Medicine announces five-year agreement | 6/25/2020

Microsoft Azure becomes the preferred cloud platform for Johns Hopkins inHealth precision medicine initiative Microsoft Corp . and Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM) has announced a five-year relationship centred on Microsoft’s Azure an analytical tools that will support new discoveries as part of JHM’s inHealth precision medicine initiative. The work will bring together JHM’s global research expertise with the power of Microsoft Azure, and its AI capabilities, to help advance JHM’s …

Dr. Lisa Maragakis | 6/25/2020

Dr. Lisa Maragakis Senior Director of Infection Prevention Johns Hopkins Medicine Dr. Lisa Maragakis has been the leader of the Johns Hopkins Medicine coronavirus Incident Command Center since it opened about two months ago. She oversees response for Johns Hopkins Hospital and all of the health system’s member hospitals in Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Florida. … from https://thedailyrecord.com/2020/06/25/dr-lisa-maragakis …

Research news tip sheet: Story ideas from Johns Hopkins Medicine | 6/25/2020

IMAGE: Latest research news from Johns Hopkins Medicine. view more Credit: Johns Hopkins Medicine Eating a Late Meal May Be Harmful To Your Metabolic Health, Particularly For Early Birds People have anecdotally claimed that the timing of a meal may affect metabolism, but there isn’t much solid evidence in support. To see how timing of eating influences metabolism, Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers studied 20 healthy volunteers by giving them a …

Johns Hopkins Medicine inks five-year Microsoft Azure deal | 6/24/2020

Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM) has inked a five-year relationship with Microsoft, centered on Microsoft’s Azure and analytical tools, as part of JHM’s inHealth precision medicine initiative. Under the terms of the agreement, Azure will become JHM’s preferred cloud partner. In support of inHealth, JHM has established 16 Precision Medicine Centers of Excellence, where researchers are pursuing work in numerous disease settings, such as prostate cancer and multiple sclerosis, says …

Hand Pain and Problems | Johns Hopkins Medicine | 6/24/2020

Using heat to soothe the pain Using ice to reduce swelling Possible cortisone injections Possible surgery when no other treatments work Osteoarthritis, also called degenerative arthritis, is a degenerative condition that commonly affects the small joints of the fingers and the base of the thumb. Common in both men and women, it can cause the joints to become swollen, stiff and painful. It often leads to joint enlargement, interfering with …

Study ties racial disparity’s impacts on 1918 pandemic to similar effects of COVID-19 | 6/24/2020

… impact of this medical catastrophe was overshadowed by the devastation of World War I, downplayed by the news media and burdened by poor record keeping. Even more blurry, say the three members of a Johns Hopkins Medicine history and health equity research team, is the accounting of racial disparities and their effect on Black Americans during the 1918 pandemic. As described in a paper published earlier this month in the …

14 things to know about the spine industry in 2020 | Beckers Spine Review | 6/24/2020

Here are 14 of the biggest developments in the spine industry so far this year: 1. Augmented reality made waves in spine surgery. In early June, Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins Medicine surgeons performed the first augmented reality-assisted spine surgeries with Augmedics’ Xvision Spine System surgical guidance system. 2. Omar Ishrak retired. The former Medtronic CEO called time on a nine-year stint as head of the medical device company …

How Covid-19 can damage the brain | 6/24/2020

… fact, there is a significant percentage of Covid-19 patients whose only symptom is confusion” – they don’t have a cough or fatigue, says Robert Stevens, associate professor of anaesthesiology and critical care medicine at Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland. “We are facing a secondary pandemic of neurological disease.” A different disease Since the start of the pandemic, it has become increasingly clear that Sars-CoV-2 is not just …

How AR is transforming spine surgery & more: 7 device company notes | Beckers Spine Review | 6/24/2020

Here are seven key notes on spine and orthopedic device companies: Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins Medicine surgeons used the Augmedics Xvision Spine System surgical guidance system to perform a pair of spine surgeries in early June, making Johns Hopkins the first institution in the U.S. to perform augmented reality spine surgeries. Read more. Zimmer Biomet added key new features to its mymobility app with Apple Watch for hip and knee …

Is your cough a sign of coronavirus? An experts weighs in | 6/24/2020

… type of cough could indicate coronavirus ? Coughs tend to fall into one of two categories: wet or dry, says Panagis Galiatsatos, director of the Tobacco Treatment Clinic and an assistant professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins Medicine . A wet cough involves expelling phlegm and sputum, while a dry cough doesn’t. COVID-19 patients more commonly have a dry cough, which is typical of viral infections, Galiatsatos explains, whereas bacterial infections …

6 months later, the COVID-19 pandemic ‘is not done with us’ - Healio | 6/24/2020

The novel coronavirus outbreak was first reported on Dec. 31, 2019, in Wuhan, China. Within a month, the virus had spread to Italy, the United States and Germany. Six months into what became a global pandemic, cases of COVID-19 have surpassed 9 million. A virtual press conference held recently by Johns Hopkins Medicine reflected on the developments of the past 6 months. Topics ranged from contact tracing of the …

Microsoft Azure and Johns Hopkins Medicine have partnered to accelerate precision medicine | Business Insider | 6/23/2020

This story was delivered to Insider Intelligence Digital Health Briefing subscribers earlier this morning. Insider Intelligence publishes hundreds of insights, charts, and forecasts on the Digital Health industry with the Digital Health Briefing. You can learn more about subscribing here. Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM) and Microsoft Azure have teamed up in a five-year deal in which JHM will leverage Microsoft’s AI and analytics tools to facilitate precision medicine breakthroughs …

How 2 Johns Hopkins surgeons used augmented reality to revolutionize spine surgery | Beckers Spine Review | 6/23/2020

Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins Medicine surgeons used the Augmedics Xvision Spine System surgical guidance system to perform a pair of spine surgeries in early June, making Johns Hopkins the first institution in the U.S. to perform augmented reality spine surgeries. Here, Daniel Sciubba, MD, and Timothy Witham, MD, elaborate on the procedures and explore the potential AR technology has in the spine field. Note: Responses were edited for style and …

Kaiser Family Foundation

President Trump doubles down on dismantling Obamacare amid coronavirus pandemic | Yahoo News | 6/27/2020

Kaiser Family Foundation report estimated that at least 27 million Americans have lost employer-sponsored health coverage during the pandemic, meaning that many of them could have also signed up for the ACA. “A significant portion of the U.S. population relies on this as their primary means of health care coverage,” Johns Hopkins Medicine Assistant Professor Lauren Sauer said on Yahoo Finance’s The Ticker (video above). “As we’re also hearing …

Digital Health

CVS Health launched a coronavirus return-to-work program for employers | Business Insider | 6/26/2020

This story was delivered to Insider Intelligence Digital Health Briefing subscribers earlier this morning. Insider Intelligence publishes hundreds of insights, charts, and forecasts on the Digital Health industry with the Digital Health Briefing. You can … Apple unveils anticipated Watch sleep-tracking feature Microsoft Azure and Johns Hopkins Medicine have partnered to accelerate precision medicine Proteus Digital Health has filed for bankruptcy …

Precision Medicine

Microsoft Azure and Johns Hopkins Medicine have partnered to accelerate precision medicine | Business Insider | 6/23/2020

This story was delivered to Insider Intelligence Digital Health Briefing subscribers earlier this morning. Insider Intelligence publishes hundreds of insights, charts, and forecasts on the Digital Health industry with the Digital Health Briefing. You can learn more about subscribing here. Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM) and Microsoft Azure have teamed up in a five-year deal in which JHM will leverage Microsoft's AI and analytics tools to facilitate precision …

Electronic Medical Record

Johns Hopkins Leverages Microsoft AI for Precision Medicine - HealthITAnalytics.com | HealthIT Analytics | 6/22/2020

… agreement will support Johns Hopkins’ precision medicine initiative with artificial intelligence and analytics tools. Source: Thinkstock By June 22, 2020 - Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM) and Microsoft Azure have announced a partnership to leverage Microsoft’s artificial … information, including data from genetic sequencing, heart monitors, images and electronic medical records,” Antony Rosen, vice dean for research at Hopkins Medicine, said when PMAP was launched. “New technologies make it possible for researchers to …

Telehealth

Thousands of Investors From 90 Countries Attend OurCrowd Pandemic Innovation Conference Online, First Global Event Dedicated to Pandemic Investment | Business Wire | 6/22/2020

… Johns Hopkins Medicine, the world center of data on the COVID-19 pandemic. “We went from providing a couple of dozen telehealth visits a day before the pandemic to about 5,500 every day in a few weeks,” Dr Rothman said, estimating that 30 percent of visits to the doctor will be replaced by online consultations. “I think we’ve come a tremendous distance from our early vaccine technologies,” said Joseph Jacobson …

Patient Safety

30% of Johns Hopkins in-person visits will convert to telehealth post pandemic, CEO says | Becker’s Hospital Review | 6/22/2020

Johns Hopkins Medicine plans to continue building momentum of its telehealth program after the COVID-19 pandemic, with the Baltimore-based health system’s CEO anticipating 30 percent of visits to be delivered virtually, The Jerusalem … and there will be a lot of changes to ensure patient safety,” he said. “That has implications for the size of [hospital] spaces, the number of employees and their skill-sets.” More articles on telehealth …

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health

Johns Hopkins Leverages Microsoft AI for Precision Medicine - HealthITAnalytics.com | HealthIT Analytics | 6/22/2020

… agreement will support Johns Hopkins’ precision medicine initiative with artificial intelligence and analytics tools. Source: Thinkstock By June 22, 2020 - Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM) and Microsoft Azure have announced a partnership to leverage Microsoft’s artificial … program integrates JHM’s leadership in healthcare research with expertise from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering, and Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab. Dig Deeper Addressing Disparities Will …

Institutional Review Board

Johns Hopkins Leverages Microsoft AI for Precision Medicine - HealthITAnalytics.com | HealthIT Analytics | 6/22/2020

… agreement will support Johns Hopkins’ precision medicine initiative with artificial intelligence and analytics tools. Source: Thinkstock By June 22, 2020 - Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM) and Microsoft Azure have announced a partnership to leverage Microsoft’s artificial … control over its data, including through the use of its Institutional Review Board and its Internal Data Trust Council that reviews data use across JHM. This partnership will build on the collaborative efforts from JHM …

University of Washington School of Medicine

Medical treatment often comes with racial bias. Here’s how some are trying to fix it. | NBC News | 6/19/2020

… The New England Journal of Medicine . Efforts to change the kidney function test at the Seattle institution were driven by University of Washington School of Medicine student Naomi Nkinsi. University of Washington medical student Naomi … for diversity and inclusion in the department of medicine at Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore. She was not involved with the New England Journal paper. Crews, who is also a kidney specialist, said the topic …

Mental Health

Therapeutic Approaches to Mental Wellness Now Include Psychedelics | PR Newswire | 6/18/2020

… ending 4, 12, 18, and 24 months from closing. Closing of the acquisition is subject to the receipt by Mindleap of the signatures of all of its shareholders on the share exchange agreement. Mental health has been a big issue and is a major focus for the Mydecine Group of companies. Currently the World Health Organization estimates that there are more than 450 million people suffer from mental health disorders …

Clinical Data

Health Care Service Corp. inks Epic contract | Modern Healthcare | 6/17/2020

… of provider performance. Ideally, access to the payer platform will cut down on manual processes used today when sharing patient clinical data. The platform’s meant to “provide a more holistic view of the patient’s healthcare … on it. Johns Hopkins HealthCare, the health insurance division of Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore, has started an implementation. Ramachandran declined to share financial details of the agreement with Epic. Bohochik said Epic charges health …

Sleep Apnea

Intermittent fasting can be good for heart health | The Washington Post | 6/13/2020

… Lexington, Ky., told me he’d been using it to lose weight. He hoped weight loss would help with his obstructive sleep apnea , which is associated with an increased risk of heart attack, stroke and abnormal … fasting bolsters brain power ”) by Mark Mattson, a neuroscientist at Johns Hopkins Medicine. There are numerous versions of it: Mattson says the 16:8 plan, in which you fast 16 hours a day, and restrict your …

NIH

Cincinnati Children’s and University of Cincinnati Name New Chair of Pediatrics, Chief Medical Officer and Research Foundation Director | PR Newswire | 5/28/2020

… serves as the Pediatrician-in-Chief of the Johns Hopkins Hospital, Charlotte Bloomberg Children’s Center, and director of Pediatrics for Johns Hopkins Medicine. She will succeed the retiring Margaret Hostetter , MD, and become the ninth … Association. She serves on the National Advisory Panel of the NIH All of Us Research Program, a historic effort to gather data from 1 million Americans to accelerate research and improve health through precision medicine …

American Academy of Pediatrics

Cincinnati Children’s and University of Cincinnati Name New Chair of Pediatrics, Chief Medical Officer and Research Foundation Director | PR Newswire | 5/28/2020

… Johns Hopkins Medicine. She will succeed the retiring Margaret Hostetter , MD, and become the ninth B.K. Rachford Memorial Chair in Pediatrics at Cincinnati Children’s. Cheng is an elected member of the prestigious National Academy of Medicine (formerly the Institute of Medicine), past chair of the Committee on Pediatric Research of the American Academy of Pediatrics and past president of the Academic Pediatric Association. She serves on the National Advisory Panel …

American Medical Association

Pandemic exposes academic health systems’ need to be able to rapidly scale, UPMC and Hopkins docs say | FierceHealthcare | 5/20/2020

… American Medical Association. AHSs have been “indepensible” in responding to the pandemic, wrote authors Steven Shapiro, M.D., of the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, and Paul Rothman, M.D., of Johns Hopkins Medicine. That’s included radical changes to operations, redeployment of thousands of healthcare workers and launching hundreds of clinical trials and other studies focused on treatments and vaccines. RELATED: The COVID-19 pandemic will have a long-term impact on …

Clinical Operations

27 nurses share their best tips for self-care during the COVID-19 pandemic | Becker’s Hospital Review | 5/14/2020

… a big bright sun smiling at you and giving warmth! Jade Flinn, RN. Nurse Educator for the Biocontainment Unit at Johns Hopkins Medicine (Baltimore): The best self-care tip while working on the front lines … the day while incorporating meditation. Carolyn Hopper, RN. Administrative Director, Clinical Operations at AdventHealth Hendersonville (N.C.): My advice is to take a few minutes each day to totally disconnect, whatever that means for you. We …

Population Health

Healthstat Announces Data-Driven COVID-19 Return to Work Strategy | 4/30/2020

… manage employee health as workplaces across the country slowly reopen their doors. Healthstat’s return to work strategy and collaboration with Johns Hopkins Medicine are part of its larger COVID-19 response plan that: Immediately mitigates … Medical Officer of Healthstat, and Dr. Ilene Klein, FAAFP, Chief Population Health Officer of Healthstat, that approximately 160,000 of Healthstat’s client population is at highest risk for COVID-19 complications, such as those with asthma …

Patient Engagement

Healthstat Announces Data-Driven COVID-19 Return to Work Strategy | Business Wire | 4/30/2020

… manage employee health as workplaces across the country slowly reopen their doors. Healthstat’s return to work strategy and collaboration with Johns Hopkins Medicine are part of its larger COVID-19 response plan that: Immediately mitigates … a nationally recognized, proprietary healthcare delivery model that centers on patient engagement to improve health and productivity and lower healthcare costs for employers and their employees. In 2019, Healthstat announced a 5-year agreement with …

COVID-19

Healthstat Announces Data-Driven COVID-19 Return to Work Strategy | 4/30/2020

CHARLOTTE, N.C.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Apr 30, 2020– In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Healthstat, Inc. , a leading provider of onsite, nearsite and virtual employer-sponsored health centers, has formulated a return to work strategy … their doors. Healthstat’s return to work strategy and collaboration with Johns Hopkins Medicine are part of its larger COVID-19 response plan that: Immediately mitigates the spread of the virus at the work site Deployment …

CDC

Underlying conditions: What are they, and why certain people are more vulnerable to Covid-19 - CNN | 4/16/2020

CDC . Older adults have also been more likely to require hospitalization and admission to an intensive care unit. Coronavirus symptoms: 10 key indicators and what to do Older adults are more likely to have long-term health problems that can increase their risk for infection and serious disease. And, our immune systems usually weaken with age, making it more difficult for people to fight off infections, according to Johns Hopkins …

Medication Adherence

emocha Expanding Remote Monitoring Service for COVID-19 Exposed Healthcare Professionals | PR Newswire | 3/26/2020

… 19 crisis, emocha Mobile Health has implemented a remote monitoring service powered by human engagement to support health systems including Johns Hopkins Medicine and LifeBridge Health-affiliated hospitals. emocha uses short, asynchronous video check-ins … asymptomatic individuals, whether infected or exposed, through effective reporting. A medication adherence solution that leverages human engagement and technology to support patients at every dose, emocha has used a version of its platform to monitor …

ACA

HHS should revive National Quality Strategy 10 years after ACA | Modern Healthcare | 3/9/2020

… improvement, yet there aren’t any signals the federal government intends to. The federal government has stopped discussing the strategy, and ACA-mandated annual progress reports have stopped being produced. The last report was published in … of the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality at Johns Hopkins Medicine. For instance, physician burnout, the opioid epidemic and teen vaping aren’t mentioned in the National Quality Strategy because they weren’t in the …

Children's Health

U.S. News to Convene National Pediatric Leadership Summit at Texas Children’s Hospital | PR Newswire | 2/25/2020

… Johns Hopkins Medicine, the American Academy of Pediatrics and more are among event speakers News provided by Feb 25, 2020, 00:01 ET Share this article WASHINGTON , Feb. 25, 2020 /PRNewswire/ – U.S. News & World Report, the global authority in health care rankings, will convene a Pediatric Leadership Summit to examine strategies for tackling key threats to children’s health on May 11-12, 2020 , at Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston . The summit, made …

Ohio State University

ListenFirst’s State of Social Report for Hospitals Reveals Top 10 U.S. Hospitals and Children’s Hospitals on Social Media | PR Newswire | 2/19/2020

… Instagram, while the hospital also added 247K new subscribers to its YouTube channel in 2019. The fastest growing hospital was Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center, which saw a 173 percent increase in social engagement … 8 Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center 509,291 173 9 Johns Hopkins Medicine 501,994 -6 10 UCLA Health 492,071 55 ListenFirst Social Engagement Score: Based on fan growth, content reactions, comments, shares, and conversation volume …

Patient Satisfaction

25 hospital and health system CXOs to know | 2020 | 2/7/2020

… patient satisfaction. Many have backgrounds outside of healthcare, including experience in retail and other consumer industries. Here are 25 hospital and health system CXOs to know. Note: The people listed here are arranged in alphabetical order. Individuals or systems do not and cannot pay for inclusion on this list. Contact Laura Dyrda at with questions or comments on this list. Lisa Allen, PhD. Chief Patient Experience Officer of Johns Hopkins …

Azure Health

CVS Health launched a coronavirus return-to-work program for employers | Business Insider | 6/26/2020

Azure and Johns Hopkins Medicine have partnered to accelerate precision medicine Proteus Digital Health has filed for bankruptcy …

Medtronic

14 things to know about the spine industry in 2020 | Beckers Spine Review | 6/24/2020

Here are 14 of the biggest developments in the spine industry so far this year: 1. Augmented reality made waves in spine surgery. In early June, Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins Medicine surgeons performed the first augmented reality-assisted spine surgeries with Augmedics’ Xvision Spine System surgical guidance system. 2. Omar Ishrak retired. The former Medtronic CEO called time on a nine-year stint as head of the medical device company …

Ambra Health

Ambra Health Offers Access to Medical Imaging with Epic Integrations | PR Newswire | 6/22/2020

NEW YORK , June 22, Ambra Health , makers of the leading cloud-based, medical image management suite, today announced further integration with Epic to enable medical imaging in desktop, mobile and web applications. These new capabilities … some of the largest health systems such as Memorial Hermann, Johns Hopkins Medicine, UC San Diego and New York Presbyterian, as well as radiology practices, subspecialty practices, and life sciences organizations to dramatically improve imaging …

Microsoft Health

Microsoft Azure To Help In Johns Hopkins Medicine’s Discoveries | Markets Insider | Business Insider | 6/19/2020

RTTNews) - Microsoft Corp. and Johns Hopkins Medicine or JHM said they have entered into a five-year agreement that will see Microsoft Azure become the preferred cloud platform for Johns Hopkins inHealth precision medicine initiative. The new agreement will also enable inHealth to expand use of other Microsoft resources, such as artificial intelligence or AI, machine learning and analytics, in its research efforts to improve disease management and benefit patient …

Novartis

Microsoft deepens its healthcare presence: A timeline of the past year | Becker’s Hospital Review | 6/19/2020

… nominates Emma Walmsley, CEO of vaccine and medicine development company GlaxoSmithKline, to join its board of directors. Oct. 1, 2019: Novartis taps Microsoft to help establish an AI innovation lab, which researchers will combine Microsoft’s … Digital Centre of Excellence at Merck Sharp & Dohme. June 18: Johns Hopkins Medicine announces a new five-year partnership with Microsoft Azure as part of the Baltimore-based health system’s precision medicine initiative, InHealth. More …

GlaxoSmithKline

Microsoft deepens its healthcare presence: A timeline of the past year | Becker’s Hospital Review | 6/19/2020

… AI to address issues in healthcare. Sept. 19, 2019: Microsoft nominates Emma Walmsley, CEO of vaccine and medicine development company GlaxoSmithKline, to join its board of directors. Oct. 1, 2019: Novartis taps Microsoft to help … Digital Centre of Excellence at Merck Sharp & Dohme. June 18: Johns Hopkins Medicine announces a new five-year partnership with Microsoft Azure as part of the Baltimore-based health system’s precision medicine initiative, InHealth. More …

Collective Medical

#FitForTheFrontLine Challenge Unites Nation’s Top Medical Centers in Support of Front-Line Health Care Workers | PRWeb | 5/27/2020

… Academic Centers Across the Country. Goldman Sachs & Co., Peloton, Discovery, NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations, dtx and Pinterest Support First-Ever Collective Medical Center Campaign. NEW YORK As much of the country continues to self-isolate … Cleveland Clinic, Columbia University Irving Medical Center, Hackensack Meridian Health, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Mayo Clinic, MedStar Health, Michigan Medicine, Montefiore Einstein, New York Presbyterian, Northwell Health Foundation, Northwestern Medicine, NYU Langone Health …

Walmart Health

Doximity Appoints Consumer Internet Veteran Kira Wampler to Its Board of Directors | PR Newswire | 5/19/2020

… world’s largest online specialty retailer of high-quality wall art. In 2018, Wampler led the company through its acquisition by Walmart. Prior to Art.com, she served as CMO of Lyft where she established the company … leaders in health care, including top U.S. hospitals such as Johns Hopkins Medicine, Mount Sinai Health System and Northwestern Medicine. To learn more about Doximity visit doximity.com . To download the app, visit doximity.com/app . About …

Lyft Health

Doximity Appoints Consumer Internet Veteran Kira Wampler to Its Board of Directors | PR Newswire | 5/19/2020

… its board of directors. As the former chief executive officer (CEO) of Art.com and former chief marketing officer (CMO) of Lyft, Wampler brings extensive executive and digital marketing expertise as the company’s newest independent director … leaders in health care, including top U.S. hospitals such as Johns Hopkins Medicine, Mount Sinai Health System and Northwestern Medicine. To learn more about Doximity visit doximity.com . To download the app, visit doximity.com/app . About …

emocha Mobile Health

emocha Expanding Remote Monitoring Service for COVID-19 Exposed Healthcare Professionals | PR Newswire | 3/26/2020

BALTIMORE In response to the COVID-19 crisis, emocha Mobile Health has implemented a remote monitoring service powered by human engagement to support health systems including Johns Hopkins Medicine and LifeBridge Health-affiliated hospitals. emocha uses short, asynchronous video check-ins to identify, track, and manage symptoms of healthcare professionals who have been exposed to COVID-19. Healthcare workers are on the front lines of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic …

eMOCHA

emocha Expanding Remote Monitoring Service for COVID-19 Exposed Healthcare Professionals | PR Newswire | 3/26/2020

BALTIMORE In response to the COVID-19 crisis, emocha Mobile Health has implemented a remote monitoring service powered by human engagement to support health systems including Johns Hopkins Medicine and LifeBridge Health-affiliated hospitals. emocha uses short, asynchronous video check-ins to identify, track, and manage symptoms of healthcare professionals who have been exposed to COVID-19. Healthcare workers are on the front lines of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic …

Carrum Health

Carrum Health Presses Pause on All Elective Procedures Effective Immediately | PR Newswire | 3/16/2020

SAN FRANCISCO Carrum Health , the first digital health company connecting employers and employees directly with Centers of Excellence (COEs) providers through its bundled payment platform, today announced it is standing with the U.S. Surgeon General … leading hospitals and facilities like Rothman Orthopaedic Institute, Rush Health, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Stanford Health Care and Scripps. “The time to step up and do something is now,” said Jain. “We must safeguard the most …

HealthDay

‘Intermittent Fasting’ Diet Could Boost Your Health | U.S. News & World Report | 12/26/2019

Intermittent Fasting’ Diet Could Boost Your Health Dec. 26, 2019 HealthDay Reporter (HealthDay) THURSDAY, Dec. 26, 2019 (HealthDay News) – Here comes the new year, and with it hordes of folks looking for ways to fulfill … lifestyle approach,” said senior author Mark Mattson, a neuroscientist with Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore. There are two main ways to adopt intermittent fasting into your life, Mattson said: Daily time-restricted feeding gives you …

CVS Health

US Home Health Care Market Report: Industry Overview & Trends - Business Insider | 12/17/2019

… CVS Health, Emerald, Epic Geisinger, GreatCall, InTouch Health, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Medically Home, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, Philips SnapMD, Teladoc, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Here are some of the key takeaways from the report: Home-based care is a large and growing market for US health systems and hospitals, while growth in the services that providers have historically relied on for profitability is tapering off. The home healthcare market opportunity …

WebMD

SmartBug Media® Wins 11 Digital Health Awards, Adding to a Growing List of Accolades for Its Client Work Across a Wide Variety of Industries | PR Newswire | 12/5/2019

… Johns Hopkins Medicine, Ketchum, Mayo Clinic, NIH, UnitedHealthcare, Walgreens, WebMD, and more. “We have a strong focus on healthcare, and we are so pleased with these results,” said SmartBug® Founder and CEO, Ryan Malone . “Winning a solid number of healthcare awards validates the great work we are doing on behalf of our clients within that industry.” The Digital Health Awards competition is held twice each year, spring and fall. The …

DrFirst

NCPDP Foundation Awards $100,000 to Support Real-Time Prescription Benefit (RTPB) Standard Projects at DrFirst and Johns Hopkins Medicine | PRWeb | 12/2/2019

NCPDP Foundation Awards $100,000 to Support Real-Time Prescription Benefit (RTPB) Standard Projects at DrFirst and Johns Hopkins Medicine Share Article NCPDP’s Real-Time Prescription Benefit (RTPB) Standard’s Transparency of Prescription Drug Coverage and Out-of-Pocket Costs To Speed Time to Therapy and Improve Adherence NCPDP Foundation SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. The NCPDP Foundation Board of Trustees, who govern the 501(c)(3) nonprofit charitable organization that is affiliated with NCPDP …

Alphabet Inc

DaVita downgraded to market perform from outperform at Raymond James | MarketWatch | 11/7/2019

… ET on Seeking Alpha Glenview Capital Management Buys UnitedHealth Group Inc, The Walt Disney Co, Humana Inc, Sells Microsoft Corp, Alphabet Inc, Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc Sep. 10, 2019 at 6:38 p.m. ET on GuruFocus.com … on Challenging Factors: NHS, Kaiser Permanente, DaVita Inc., Mayo Clinic, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Cleveland Clinic Aug. 26, 2019 at 6:43 p.m. ET on Data Bridge Market Research Global Dialysis Market will grow at a CAGR …

Genentech

Potential genetic markers of multiple sclerosis severity | 10/31/2019

In a bid to determine factors linked to the most debilitating forms of multiple sclerosis (MS), Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers say they have identified three so-called “complement system” genes that appear to play a … for Medical Logix and JuneBrain LLC; advised Biogen-Idec, Genzyme, Genentech Corporation, EMD Serono and Novartis, and runs studies funded by Genentech Corporation, Biogen Idec and MedDay Pharmaceuticals. Mowry receives funds from Teva Neuroscience, runs …

Optum

AGING: When it becomes time to take away the keyboard | 10/30/2019

… keys, forget names or display other more classic signs of early dementia,” Zorowitz, senior medical director for health-services company Optum, recently wrote on a group email for geriatricians. “Deciding whether to block their access … some physicians are adapting to this new digital reality. At Johns Hopkins Medicine, Halima Amjad, an assistant professor of medicine, now asks her older patients if they use a computer or smartphone and are having …

Apple Health

Health Systems Offer Apple Health Records for Patient Data Access | EHR Intelligence | 9/5/2019

Health Systems Offer Apple Health Records for Patient Data Access Apple Health Records’ rapid growth is expanding patient data access across the country. Source: Thinkstock By September 05, 2019 - Illinois-based Blessing Health System can … of health systems that is currently utilizing Apple’s EHR platform. Johns Hopkins Medicine in Maryland was one of the earliest hospitals to adapt to this new-age technology. “Streamlining information sharing between patients and caregivers …

Allscripts

Health Systems Offer Apple Health Records for Patient Data Access | EHR Intelligence | 9/5/2019

… country, making the patient care experience more convenient and easily accessible at patients’ fingertips, available on their respective iPhone. With Allscripts announcing that Apple Health Records is now available for Allscripts Sunrise, TouchWorks and Professional … of health systems that is currently utilizing Apple’s EHR platform. Johns Hopkins Medicine in Maryland was one of the earliest hospitals to adapt to this new-age technology. “Streamlining information sharing between patients and caregivers …

Pfizer

Metastatic Breast Cancer Highlights From ASCO 2019 | Medscape | 7/12/2019

… of PI3K pathway activation status. In a discussion of the study, Cesar Santa-Maria, MD, assistant professor of oncology at Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore, noted that capivasertib was associated with significant toxicities, in particular … Immunomedics, Lilly, Macrogenics, Merck, Mylan, Novartis, OBI Pharma, Odonate Therapeutics, Pfizer, Puma Biotechnology, Roche/Genentech, Sanofi, and Seattle Genetics. Dr Hurvitz disclosed relevant relationships with Ambryx, Amgen, Bayer, Biomarin, Boehringer Ingelheim, Cascadian Therapeutics, Daiichi Sankyo …

Cerner

55 EHR contracts, go-lives in the first half of 2019 | Becker’s Hospital Review | 7/2/2019

… contracts and go-lives are listed in the order they were reported. 1. Hallettsville, Texas-based Lavaca Medical Center implemented Cerner’s integrated EHR and revenue cycle management systems across its hospital and clinic. 2. Hagerstown … EHR to be on the same system as all other Johns Hopkins Medicine entities. More articles on EHRs …

MapR

NEA Promotes Aaron Jacobson To Partner, Welcomes Kavita Patel As Venture Partner | PR Newswire | 11/16/2017

… Mimosa Networks , Juvo , and Built Robotics . He has also worked closely with many other NEA portfolio companies including Box , Databricks , MapR , UnifyID , Bloom Energy , and Coursera . “We are extremely pleased to recognize Aaron’s outstanding contributions … to her role at NEA, is a practicing physician at Johns Hopkins Medicine. She previously served in the Obama Administration as Director of Policy for the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs and Public Engagement in the …

Goldman Sachs

#FitForTheFrontLine Challenge Unites Nation’s Top Medical Centers in Support of Front-Line Health Care Workers | PRWeb | 5/27/2020

… Article Fitness challenge honors and supports health care heroes at Mount Sinai Health System and Academic Centers Across the Country. Goldman Sachs & Co., Peloton, Discovery, NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations, dtx and Pinterest Support First-Ever … Cleveland Clinic, Columbia University Irving Medical Center, Hackensack Meridian Health, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Mayo Clinic, MedStar Health, Michigan Medicine, Montefiore Einstein, New York Presbyterian, Northwell Health Foundation, Northwestern Medicine, NYU Langone Health …

#FitForTheFrontLine Challenge Unites Nation’s Top Medical Centers in Support of Front-Line Health Care Workers | PRWeb | 5/27/2020

… Article Fitness challenge honors and supports health care heroes at Mount Sinai Health System and Academic Centers Across the Country. Goldman Sachs & Co., Peloton, Discovery, NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations, dtx and Pinterest Support First-Ever … Cleveland Clinic, Columbia University Irving Medical Center, Hackensack Meridian Health, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Mayo Clinic, MedStar Health, Michigan Medicine, Montefiore Einstein, New York Presbyterian, Northwell Health Foundation, Northwestern Medicine, NYU Langone Health …

Morgan Stanley

Armada Hoffler Acquires Thames Street Wharf in Baltimore - June 28, 2019 - Zacks.com | 6/28/2019

Morgan Stanley and Johns Hopkins Medicine, which together lease 92% of the property’s rentable space. Moreover, the property has an average remaining lease term of 7.4 years. In the Baltimore market, Thames Street Wharf’s in-place triple net rent levels rank amongst the highest. Armada Hoffler anticipates the acquisition to be accretive to Funds from Operations, with the property generating an expected cash net operating income of around $7.1 million …

Armada Hoffler Acquires Thames Street Wharf in Baltimore | Yahoo News | 6/28/2019

Morgan Stanley and Johns Hopkins Medicine, which together lease 92% of the property’s rentable space. Moreover, the property has an average remaining lease term of 7.4 years. In the Baltimore market, Thames Street Wharf’s in-place triple net rent levels rank amongst the highest.Armada Hoffler anticipates the acquisition to be accretive to Funds from Operations, with the property generating an expected cash net operating income of around $7.1 million in …

New Enterprise Associates

NEA Promotes Aaron Jacobson To Partner, Welcomes Kavita Patel As Venture Partner | PR Newswire | 11/16/2017

… Jacobson To Partner, Welcomes Kavita Patel As Venture Partner News provided by 10:00 MENLO PARK, Calif. Global venture capital firm New Enterprise Associates, Inc. (NEA) today announced the promotion of Aaron Jacobson to Partner. Jacobson … to her role at NEA, is a practicing physician at Johns Hopkins Medicine. She previously served in the Obama Administration as Director of Policy for the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs and Public Engagement in the …

NEA Promotes Aaron Jacobson To Partner, Welcomes Kavita Patel As Venture Partner | PR Newswire | 11/16/2017

MENLO PARK, Calif. , Nov. Global venture capital firm New Enterprise Associates, Inc. (NEA) today announced the promotion of Aaron Jacobson to Partner. Jacobson is an early-stage technology investor based in the firm’s Menlo Park … to her role at NEA, is a practicing physician at Johns Hopkins Medicine. She previously served in the Obama Administration as Director of Policy for the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs and Public Engagement in the …

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Thousands of Investors From 90 Countries Attend OurCrowd Pandemic Innovation Conference Online, First Global Event Dedicated to Pandemic Investment | Business Wire | 6/22/2020

… revolution” that will transform the future of healthcare, according to Dr Paul Rothman, Dean of the School of Medicine & CEO, Johns Hopkins Medicine, the world center of data on the COVID-19 pandemic. “We went … Foundation, Dr. Paul Rothman, Dean of the Medical Faculty at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Chemi Peres, Chairman of the Board of Directors, The Peres Center for Peace and Innovation, and Neil Ackerman, Head …

Harvard Medical School

Medical treatment often comes with racial bias. Here’s how some are trying to fix it. | NBC News | 6/19/2020

… people have more muscle mass, the paper’s senior author, Dr. David Jones, a professor of the culture of medicine at Harvard Medical School, said. The thought, he continued, is that greater muscle mass leads to … for diversity and inclusion in the department of medicine at Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore. She was not involved with the New England Journal paper. Crews, who is also a kidney specialist, said the topic …

Mayo Clinic

Johns Hopkins Medicine signs five-year cloud deal with Microsoft | Modern Healthcare | 6/18/2020

… Azure, Johns Hopkins inHealth will be able to use the company’s artificial-intelligence and analytics tools to analyze patient data. Johns Hopkins Medicine, a collaboration between the Johns Hopkins Health System Corp. and the Johns … which the hospital lets researchers from across the globe access. Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., last year struck a 10-year contract with Google Cloud that involves data storage and innovation projects. One of the …

Ascension

Johns Hopkins Medicine signs five-year cloud deal with Microsoft | Modern Healthcare | 6/18/2020

… Azure, Johns Hopkins inHealth will be able to use the company’s artificial-intelligence and analytics tools to analyze patient data. Johns Hopkins Medicine, a collaboration between the Johns Hopkins Health System Corp. and the Johns … deals to date is a partnership between St. Louis-based Ascension and Google. The agreement, which includes a contract to move Ascension’s patient data to Google Cloud, drew public concern last year over patient privacy …

Johns Hopkins Health System

Johns Hopkins Medicine signs five-year cloud deal with Microsoft | Modern Healthcare | 6/18/2020

… Johns Hopkins Medicine, a collaboration between the Johns Hopkins Health System Corp. and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, will maintain control over patient data, according to the organizations . Johns Hopkins Medicine’s Institutional Review Board and internal data trust council will continue to review the program’s use of data. Johns Hopkins Medicine’s new contract is just the latest example of a health system partnering with a technology company for …

Cleveland Clinic

Where Apple may be headed next in healthcare | Becker’s Hospital Review | 6/4/2020

… Cleveland Clinic, Boston-based Partners HealthCare and Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins Medicine. The company’s partnerships also exist in healthcare research; Apple worked with Stanford Medicine on a heart study that included 419,297 participants for a remote trial. It has also worked with Boston-based Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health on healthcare-related studies. Where could the company be headed?”Apple owned and partnered …

Partners HealthCare

Where Apple may be headed next in healthcare | Becker’s Hospital Review | 6/4/2020

Partners HealthCare and Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins Medicine. The company’s partnerships also exist in healthcare research; Apple worked with Stanford Medicine on a heart study that included 419,297 participants for a remote trial. It has also worked with Boston-based Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health on healthcare-related studies. Where could the company be headed?”Apple owned and partnered devices plus software ecosystem …

Stanford Medicine

Where Apple may be headed next in healthcare | Becker’s Hospital Review | 6/4/2020

… Johns Hopkins Medicine. The company’s partnerships also exist in healthcare research; Apple worked with Stanford Medicine on a heart study that included 419,297 participants for a remote trial. It has also worked with Boston-based Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health on healthcare-related studies. Where could the company be headed?”Apple owned and partnered devices plus software ecosystem will enable consumers to create …

Brigham and Women's Hospital

Where Apple may be headed next in healthcare | Becker’s Hospital Review | 6/4/2020

… Johns Hopkins Medicine. The company’s partnerships also exist in healthcare research; Apple worked with Stanford Medicine on a heart study that included 419,297 participants for a remote trial. It has also worked with Boston-based Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health on healthcare-related studies. Where could the company be headed?”Apple owned and partnered devices plus software ecosystem will enable consumers to create …

University Medical Center

Hyatt Announces Updated Cancellation Policy, Extending Travel Flexibility and Care | Business Wire | 6/3/2020

… to engage a working group of trusted medical and industry advisors to help think beyond cleanliness – and advance care across the holistic hotel experience. Collaborating with medical experts affiliated with organizations like Georgetown University Medical Center, Johns Hopkins Department of Medicine and Johns Hopkins School of Public Health is helping Hyatt fine-tune reopening procedures – from mandatory trainings to cleanliness protocols and, very importantly, its colleague experience. Throughout this recovery …

One Medical

Safety is now the sexiest word in travel | CNN Travel | 6/2/2020

CNN) — Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts collaborating with Johns Hopkins Medicine International. Montage International teaming with primary care provider One Medical. For French hospitality company Accor, the partner is insurance firm AXA, and with Hilton, it’s Lysol. And then there’s the new safety stamp from the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC). The list seems to go on and on. Welcome to a hotel stay reimagined in the wake of Covid …

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati OH

Cincinnati Children’s and University of Cincinnati Name New Chair of Pediatrics, Chief Medical Officer and Research Foundation Director | PR Newswire | 5/28/2020

… chair of the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine , the new chief medical officer at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center , and director of the Cincinnati Children’s Research Foundation. The appointment … Hospital, Charlotte Bloomberg Children’s Center, and director of Pediatrics for Johns Hopkins Medicine. She will succeed the retiring Margaret Hostetter , MD, and become the ninth B.K. Rachford Memorial Chair in Pediatrics at Cincinnati Children’s. Cheng …

Cincinnati Children’s

Cincinnati Children’s and University of Cincinnati Name New Chair of Pediatrics, Chief Medical Officer and Research Foundation Director | PR Newswire | 5/28/2020

… chair of the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine, the new chief medical officer at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, and director of the Cincinnati Children’s Research Foundation. Selected as … Hospital, Charlotte Bloomberg Children’s Center, and director of Pediatrics for Johns Hopkins Medicine. She will succeed the retiring Margaret Hostetter , MD, and become the ninth B.K. Rachford Memorial Chair in Pediatrics at Cincinnati Children’s. Cheng …

Mount Sinai Health System

#FitForTheFrontLine Challenge Unites Nation’s Top Medical Centers in Support of Front-Line Health Care Workers | PRWeb | 5/27/2020

… Centers in Support of Front-Line Health Care Workers Share Article Fitness challenge honors and supports health care heroes at Mount Sinai Health System and Academic Centers Across the Country. Goldman Sachs & Co., Peloton, Discovery … Cleveland Clinic, Columbia University Irving Medical Center, Hackensack Meridian Health, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Mayo Clinic, MedStar Health, Michigan Medicine, Montefiore Einstein, New York Presbyterian, Northwell Health Foundation, Northwestern Medicine, NYU Langone Health …

Sinai Health System

#FitForTheFrontLine Challenge Unites Nation’s Top Medical Centers in Support of Front-Line Health Care Workers | PRWeb | 5/27/2020

… in Support of Front-Line Health Care Workers Share Article Fitness challenge honors and supports health care heroes at Mount Sinai Health System and Academic Centers Across the Country. Goldman Sachs & Co., Peloton, Discovery, NBCUniversal … Cleveland Clinic, Columbia University Irving Medical Center, Hackensack Meridian Health, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Mayo Clinic, MedStar Health, Michigan Medicine, Montefiore Einstein, New York Presbyterian, Northwell Health Foundation, Northwestern Medicine, NYU Langone Health …

MedStar Health

#FitForTheFrontLine Challenge Unites Nation’s Top Medical Centers in Support of Front-Line Health Care Workers | PRWeb | 5/27/2020

… Johns Hopkins Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Mayo Clinic, MedStar Health, Michigan Medicine, Montefiore Einstein, New York Presbyterian, Northwell Health Foundation, Northwestern Medicine, NYU Langone Health, Penn Medicine, RWJBarnabas Health, Temple Health, The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, University of Chicago Medicine, UW Medicine, Washington University in St. Louis, Weill Cornell Medicine and Yale New Haven Health. Goldman Sachs & Co., Peloton, Discovery, NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations, dtx and Pinterest …

Massachusetts General Hospital

#FitForTheFrontLine Challenge Unites Nation’s Top Medical Centers in Support of Front-Line Health Care Workers | PRWeb | 5/27/2020

… Johns Hopkins Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Mayo Clinic, MedStar Health, Michigan Medicine, Montefiore Einstein, New York Presbyterian, Northwell Health Foundation, Northwestern Medicine, NYU Langone Health, Penn Medicine, RWJBarnabas Health, Temple Health, The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, University of Chicago Medicine, UW Medicine, Washington University in St. Louis, Weill Cornell Medicine and Yale New Haven Health. Goldman Sachs & Co., Peloton, Discovery, NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations, dtx and Pinterest …

Northwestern Medicine

#FitForTheFrontLine Challenge Unites Nation’s Top Medical Centers in Support of Front-Line Health Care Workers | PRWeb | 5/27/2020

… Johns Hopkins Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Mayo Clinic, MedStar Health, Michigan Medicine, Montefiore Einstein, New York Presbyterian, Northwell Health Foundation, Northwestern Medicine, NYU Langone Health, Penn Medicine, RWJBarnabas Health, Temple Health, The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, University of Chicago Medicine, UW Medicine, Washington University in St. Louis, Weill Cornell Medicine and Yale New Haven Health. Goldman Sachs & Co., Peloton, Discovery, NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations, dtx and Pinterest …

Mount Sinai Hospital, New York NY

#FitForTheFrontLine Challenge Unites Nation’s Top Medical Centers in Support of Front-Line Health Care Workers | PRWeb | 5/27/2020

… of Medicine, BJC HealthCare, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Cedars Sinai, Cleveland Clinic, Columbia University Irving Medical Center, Hackensack Meridian Health, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Mayo Clinic, MedStar Health, Michigan Medicine, Montefiore Einstein, New … boroughs of New York City, Westchester, and Long Island. The Mount Sinai Hospital is ranked No. 14 on U.S. News & World Report’s “Honor Roll” of the Top 20 Best Hospitals in the country and the …

Mount Sinai Hospital

#FitForTheFrontLine Challenge Unites Nation’s Top Medical Centers in Support of Front-Line Health Care Workers | PRWeb | 5/27/2020

… of Medicine, BJC HealthCare, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Cedars Sinai, Cleveland Clinic, Columbia University Irving Medical Center, Hackensack Meridian Health, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Mayo Clinic, MedStar Health, Michigan Medicine, Montefiore Einstein, New … boroughs of New York City, Westchester, and Long Island. The Mount Sinai Hospital is ranked No. 14 on U.S. News & World Report’s “Honor Roll” of the Top 20 Best Hospitals in the country and the …

Medical Center, Macon GA

#FitForTheFrontLine Challenge Unites Nation’s Top Medical Centers in Support of Front-Line Health Care Workers | PRWeb | 5/27/2020

FitForTheFrontLine Challenge Unites Nation’s Top Medical Centers in Support of Front-Line Health Care Workers Share Article Fitness challenge honors and supports health care heroes at Mount Sinai Health System and Academic Centers Across the … Cleveland Clinic, Columbia University Irving Medical Center, Hackensack Meridian Health, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Mayo Clinic, MedStar Health, Michigan Medicine, Montefiore Einstein, New York Presbyterian, Northwell Health Foundation, Northwestern Medicine, NYU Langone Health …

Meridian Health

#FitForTheFrontLine Challenge Unites Nation’s Top Medical Centers in Support of Front-Line Health Care Workers | PRWeb | 5/27/2020

… Meridian Health, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Mayo Clinic, MedStar Health, Michigan Medicine, Montefiore Einstein, New York Presbyterian, Northwell Health Foundation, Northwestern Medicine, NYU Langone Health, Penn Medicine, RWJBarnabas Health, Temple Health, The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, University of Chicago Medicine, UW Medicine, Washington University in St. Louis, Weill Cornell Medicine and Yale New Haven Health. Goldman Sachs & Co., Peloton, Discovery, NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations, dtx …

Hackensack Meridian

#FitForTheFrontLine Challenge Unites Nation’s Top Medical Centers in Support of Front-Line Health Care Workers | PRWeb | 5/27/2020

Hackensack Meridian Health, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Mayo Clinic, MedStar Health, Michigan Medicine, Montefiore Einstein, New York Presbyterian, Northwell Health Foundation, Northwestern Medicine, NYU Langone Health, Penn Medicine, RWJBarnabas Health, Temple Health, The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, University of Chicago Medicine, UW Medicine, Washington University in St. Louis, Weill Cornell Medicine and Yale New Haven Health. Goldman Sachs & Co., Peloton, Discovery, NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations …

New York Presbyterian

#FitForTheFrontLine Challenge Unites Nation’s Top Medical Centers in Support of Front-Line Health Care Workers | PRWeb | 5/27/2020

… Johns Hopkins Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Mayo Clinic, MedStar Health, Michigan Medicine, Montefiore Einstein, New York Presbyterian, Northwell Health Foundation, Northwestern Medicine, NYU Langone Health, Penn Medicine, RWJBarnabas Health, Temple Health, The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, University of Chicago Medicine, UW Medicine, Washington University in St. Louis, Weill Cornell Medicine and Yale New Haven Health. Goldman Sachs & Co., Peloton, Discovery, NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations, dtx and Pinterest …

NYU Langone Health

#FitForTheFrontLine Challenge Unites Nation’s Top Medical Centers in Support of Front-Line Health Care Workers | PRWeb | 5/27/2020

… Johns Hopkins Medicine, Massachusetts General Hospital, Mayo Clinic, MedStar Health, Michigan Medicine, Montefiore Einstein, New York Presbyterian, Northwell Health Foundation, Northwestern Medicine, NYU Langone Health, Penn Medicine, RWJBarnabas Health, Temple Health, The Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, University of Chicago Medicine, UW Medicine, Washington University in St. Louis, Weill Cornell Medicine and Yale New Haven Health. Goldman Sachs & Co., Peloton, Discovery, NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations, dtx and Pinterest …

Health Net

Ambra Health Offers Access to Medical Imaging with Epic Integrations | PR Newswire | 6/22/2020

… be overwhelming for providers. Creating a simplified workflow allows them to focus on strategic initiatives,” added Panner. St. Luke’s University Health Network uses the new integration capability with Epic’s endoscopy module. At St. Luke’s, endoscopies … some of the largest health systems such as Memorial Hermann, Johns Hopkins Medicine, UC San Diego and New York Presbyterian, as well as radiology practices, subspecialty practices, and life sciences organizations to dramatically improve imaging …

Allegheny Health Network, Johns Hopkins expand research collaboration | 1/16/2020

Allegheny Health Network, Johns Hopkins expand research collaboration Andrea Park - Print Email Highmark Health and subsidiary Allegheny Health Network, both in Pittsburgh, announced on Jan. 15 the expansion of their longtime collaboration with Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins Medicine, creating one of the nation’s largest women’s health-focused research initiatives. The collaboration will comprise data-driven research in gynecologic care, maternal fetal medicine, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and lung transplantation, as …

Aetna

Where Apple may be headed next in healthcare | Becker’s Hospital Review | 6/4/2020

… records, which coupled with the push toward consumerism during the pandemic, could drive a quicker adoption of the Apple PHR. Aetna has already worked with Apple to develop a program that encourages members to practice … VA, Cleveland Clinic, Boston-based Partners HealthCare and Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins Medicine. The company’s partnerships also exist in healthcare research; Apple worked with Stanford Medicine on a heart study that included 419,297 participants for …

Where Apple may be headed next in healthcare | Becker’s Hospital Review | 6/4/2020

… records, which coupled with the push toward consumerism during the pandemic, could drive a quicker adoption of the Apple PHR. Aetna has already worked with Apple to develop a program that encourages members to practice … VA, Cleveland Clinic, Boston-based Partners HealthCare and Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins Medicine. The company’s partnerships also exist in healthcare research; Apple worked with Stanford Medicine on a heart study that included 419,297 participants for …

UnitedHealthcare

SmartBug Media® Wins 11 Digital Health Awards, Adding to a Growing List of Accolades for Its Client Work Across a Wide Variety of Industries | PR Newswire | 12/5/2019

… Johns Hopkins Medicine, Ketchum, Mayo Clinic, NIH, UnitedHealthcare, Walgreens, WebMD, and more. “We have a strong focus on healthcare, and we are so pleased with these results,” said SmartBug® Founder and CEO, Ryan Malone . “Winning a solid number of healthcare awards validates the great work we are doing on behalf of our clients within that industry.” The Digital Health Awards competition is held twice each year, spring and fall. The …

SmartBug Media® Wins 11 Digital Health Awards, Adding to a Growing List of Accolades for Its Client Work Across a Wide Variety of Industries | Yahoo News | 12/5/2019

… Johns Hopkins Medicine, Ketchum, Mayo Clinic, NIH, UnitedHealthcare, Walgreens, WebMD, and more. SmartBug Media™ is a globally recognized Intelligent Inbound™ marketing agency assisting businesses in growing revenue by generating leads, increasing brand awareness, and building customer loyalty through content marketing, sales enablement, web development, marketing automation, and public relations. (PRNewsfoto/SmartBug Media) More “We have a strong focus on healthcare, and we are so pleased with these results,” said SmartBug …

Humana

SmartBug Media® Wins 11 Digital Health Awards, Adding to a Growing List of Accolades for Its Client Work Across a Wide Variety of Industries | PR Newswire | 12/5/2019

… Humana, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Ketchum, Mayo Clinic, NIH, UnitedHealthcare, Walgreens, WebMD, and more. “We have a strong focus on healthcare, and we are so pleased with these results,” said SmartBug® Founder and CEO, Ryan Malone . “Winning a solid number of healthcare awards validates the great work we are doing on behalf of our clients within that industry.” The Digital Health Awards competition is held twice each year, spring and fall …

SmartBug Media® Wins 11 Digital Health Awards, Adding to a Growing List of Accolades for Its Client Work Across a Wide Variety of Industries | Yahoo News | 12/5/2019

… Humana, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Ketchum, Mayo Clinic, NIH, UnitedHealthcare, Walgreens, WebMD, and more. SmartBug Media™ is a globally recognized Intelligent Inbound™ marketing agency assisting businesses in growing revenue by generating leads, increasing brand awareness, and building customer loyalty through content marketing, sales enablement, web development, marketing automation, and public relations. (PRNewsfoto/SmartBug Media) More “We have a strong focus on healthcare, and we are so pleased with these results,” said …

Paul B. Rothman

Johns Hopkins Leverages Microsoft AI for Precision Medicine - HealthITAnalytics.com | HealthIT Analytics | 6/22/2020

… agreement will support Johns Hopkins’ precision medicine initiative with artificial intelligence and analytics tools. Source: Thinkstock By June 22, 2020 - Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM) and Microsoft Azure have announced a partnership to leverage Microsoft’s artificial … relationship with Microsoft will help us achieve that goal,” said Paul B. Rothman, MD, CEO of JHM and the Frances Watt Baker, MD, and Lenox D. Baker Jr., MD, dean of the medical faculty. “Using …

Jackie Drees

Johns Hopkins taps Microsoft cloud platform for precision medicine initiative | Becker’s Hospital Review | 6/18/2020

Johns Hopkins taps Microsoft cloud platform for precision medicine initiative Jackie Drees - Print Email Johns Hopkins Medicine announced June 18 a new five-year partnership with Microsoft Azure as part of the Baltimore-based health system’s precision medicine initiative, InHealth. Microsoft Azure’s artificial intelligence and cloud abilities will support Johns Hopkins Medicine’s InHealth precision medicine initiative, which aims to research and understand patients’ health based on factors such as their …

Kevin Sowers

Johns Hopkins pauses plans to create police department | Becker’s Hospital Review | 6/15/2020

… Johns Hopkins Medicine; and Kevin Sowers , MSN, RN, president of the Johns Hopkins Health System and executive vice president of Johns Hopkins Medicine, in a letter to faculty, students and staff. “And we want to be able to work now — with a sense of shared purpose and commitment, with our neighbors, and across our university community — to develop and model these alternative approaches.” Leaders said Johns Hopkins initially decided to …

Ronald Daniels

Johns Hopkins pauses plans to create police department | Becker’s Hospital Review | 6/15/2020

Ronald Daniels , president of the university; Paul Rothman , MD, dean of the medical faculty and CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine; and Kevin Sowers , MSN, RN, president of the Johns Hopkins Health System and executive vice president of Johns Hopkins Medicine, in a letter to faculty, students and staff. “And we want to be able to work now — with a sense of shared purpose and commitment, with our neighbors, and across …

Roy Bingham

Shifting Attitudes Towards Mental Health Open Doors to Innovative New Therapies | PR Newswire | 4/29/2020

… more of a free-market approach to licensing, states like Florida are realizing the potential of medical cannabis sales,” said Roy Bingham , Co-Founder and CEO at BDSA. “In addition, light regulation and low tax … Last year, the Center for Psychedelic and Consciousness Research at Johns Hopkins Medicine has been launched and attracted investors as well as private donors. According to the research center, data from studies points towards therapeutic …

Charlie Bachtell

Shifting Attitudes Towards Mental Health Open Doors to Innovative New Therapies | PR Newswire | 4/29/2020

… the last 19 years, with about 700 sessions recorded overall. Last year, the Center for Psychedelic and Consciousness Research at Johns Hopkins Medicine has been launched and attracted investors as well as private donors. According … both medical and recreational consumers in our home state…” said Charlie Bachtell , Cresco Labs’ CEO and Co-founder. 22nd Century Group, Inc. (NYSE: XXII ) announced last month that lead scientists from 22nd Century Group and …

Sanjay Gupta

Why people with underlying conditions may experience more serious illness | Philly Tribune | 4/19/2020

… higher risk include: chronic lung disease and asthma, heart disease and undergoing cancer treatment,” said CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta in an episode of CNN’s “Coronavirus: Fact vs. Fiction” podcast. Anyone with diabetes … more difficult for people to fight off infections, according to Johns Hopkins Medicine. The quality of our lung tissue also declines over time, becoming more elastic and making respiratory diseases such as Covid-19 of …

Andrew Cuomo

Massachusetts requires insurers to cover COVID-19 costs; 4 Michigan providers team up to staff field hospital + 26 other updates from the 6 hardest-hit states | 4/10/2020

Johns Hopkins Medicine data . 2. At an April 10 media briefing, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo called on the federal government to ramp up testing across the country before the stay-at-home orders can be lifted and the economy reopened, saying “millions and millions” of tests will be necessary. State governments and private companies, though able to develop the tests, will not be able to scale them to the …

Anthony Fauci

Test that detects previous coronavirus infection could be available in a week | Becker’s Hospital Review | 4/10/2020

… they recently had the new coronavirus could be available in the U.S. “within a period of a week or so,” Anthony Fauci, MD, said on CNN’s “New Day” April 10. The antibody tests, which would … 17,836 people have died, according to data from Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins Medicine. More articles on public health …

Kelly S. King

Truist announces COVID-19 relief measures for communities, clients and teammates | PR Newswire | 3/17/2020

… Help for Critical Healthcare Organizations The financial services company will immediately donate $1 million each to the CDC Foundation and Johns Hopkins Medicine through the Truist Charitable Fund. This funding will aid in response and … build better lives and communities,” said Truist Chairman and CEO Kelly S. King . “Truist cares, and we understand our communities, clients and teammates all need immediate help in this growing crisis. We’re also looking forward …

Sach Jain

Carrum Health Presses Pause on All Elective Procedures Effective Immediately | PR Newswire | 3/16/2020

… what’s best for public health and to take a stand for what’s right,” said Carrum Health Co-founder and CEO Sach Jain . “Right now, the most important thing we can do is protect the welfare … leading hospitals and facilities like Rothman Orthopaedic Institute, Rush Health, Johns Hopkins Medicine, Stanford Health Care and Scripps. “The time to step up and do something is now,” said Jain. “We must safeguard the most …

Kim Hoppe

Coronavirus claims life of Virginia man as new cases roil Washington region - The Washington Post | 3/14/2020

… Kim Hoppe, senior director of public relations at Johns Hopkins Medicine, declined to say how and when that person may have contracted the virus or how many people at the hospital came in contact with the individual. She did say that all patients, clinicians and staff who may have been in contact with the provider have been identified and have been instructed to self-quarantine. AD Virginia announced 11 new …

Ralph Northam

Coronavirus claims life of Virginia man as new cases roil Washington region - The Washington Post | 3/14/2020

… a Virginian has died from COVID-19, and we grieve for everyone this virus has touched around the world,” Gov. Ralph Northam (D) said in a statement. “This is a public health crisis—we must … the District. Kim Hoppe, senior director of public relations at Johns Hopkins Medicine, declined to say how and when that person may have contracted the virus or how many people at the hospital came in …

Bill O'Leary

Coronavirus claims life of Virginia man as new cases roil Washington region - The Washington Post | 3/14/2020

… as new cases roil Washington region The National Gallery of Art is closed to the public because of the coronavirus. (Bill O’Leary/The Washington Post) By Antonio Olivo March 14, 2020 at 8:00 PM EDT … the District. Kim Hoppe, senior director of public relations at Johns Hopkins Medicine, declined to say how and when that person may have contracted the virus or how many people at the hospital came in …

Marty Makary

ONC’s Rucker: Lawsuits show hospitals don’t care about privacy | Modern Healthcare | 2/11/2020

… Marty Makary, an author of the JAMA study and a Johns Hopkins Medicine surgeon, said at the time. HHS proposed new rules last year that would compel healthcare providers and insurers to adopt open data-sharing technology, among other changes. That would allow patients to easily move their health information between providers or plans using third-party apps. Hospitals, insurers and some health IT organizations have opposed the rules, claiming …

John Lewis

John Lewis: Civil rights icon and US congressman announces he has pancreatic cancer - CNNPolitics | 12/30/2019

Washington (CNN) Civil rights icon and US Democratic Rep. John Lewis of Georgia has been diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer , his office announced Sunday. Lewis, 79, said he was diagnosed following a routine medical … will live for about one year after diagnosis, according to Johns Hopkins Medicine. Three percent of patients with advanced pancreatic cancer are still alive five years later, the American Cancer Society said. Late-stage pancreatic …

John Lew

John Lewis: Civil rights icon and US congressman announces he has pancreatic cancer - CNNPolitics | 12/30/2019

Washington (CNN) Civil rights icon and US Democratic Rep. John Lewis of Georgia has been diagnosed with stage 4 pancreatic cancer , his office announced Sunday. Lewis, 79, said he was diagnosed following a routine medical … will live for about one year after diagnosis, according to Johns Hopkins Medicine. Three percent of patients with advanced pancreatic cancer are still alive five years later, the American Cancer Society said. Late-stage pancreatic …

Tim Ferriss

First US Center for Psychedelic Research a ‘Game Changer’ | 12/3/2019

… 17 million to fund the first psychedelic research center in the United States. The Center for Psychedelic & Consciousness Research at Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland, “reflects a new era of research in therapeutics and … Alexandra Cohen Foundation and four philanthropists, including author and investor Tim Ferriss; Matt Mullenweg, co-founder of WordPress; Blake Mycoskie, founder of the shoe brand TOMS; and investor Craig Nerenberg. The funding will support a …

Judith Graham

The delicate issue of taking away a senior’s smartphone | Chicago Tribune | 10/24/2019

The delicate issue of taking away a senior’s smartphone By Judith Graham, Kaiser Health Washington Post Oct 24, 2019 8:15 AM With the cognitive impairment that can accompany aging, common devices like cellphones might become … some physicians are adapting to this new digital reality. At Johns Hopkins Medicine, Halima Amjad, an assistant professor of medicine, now asks her older patients if they use a computer or smartphone and are having …

Bill Clinton

Barack Obama and the Clintons will deliver remarks at Elijah Cummings’s funeral | 10/24/2019

… Elijah Cummings began Thursday and will continue with a high-profile set of speakers — including former Presidents Barack Obama and Bill Clinton — at a funeral in Baltimore on Friday. Cummings, the Maryland Democrat who chaired … am. Cummings died at Gilchrist Hospice Care — an affiliate of Johns Hopkins Medicine — October 17, according to the Baltimore Sun . The Maryland Democrat had not returned to the Capitol after undergoing a medical procedure in …

Leah Binder

The Leapfrog Group Highlights Strengths, Pinpoints Improvements Needed across Outpatient and Ambulatory Surgery Settings in Inaugural Report | PR Newswire | 10/22/2019

… HOPD performance side by side. “Today, more than 60 percent of surgical procedures take place in an outpatient environment,” said Leah Binder , president and CEO of The Leapfrog Group. “Despite this increasing shift towards same … and the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality at Johns Hopkins Medicine. They include standardized, evidence-based measures of care specific to places that perform ambulatory and outpatient procedures. The Leapfrog Hospital Survey and …

Jeff Williams

Apple Gives iOS Users Access to Personal Health Records | 1/25/2018

… touch of a fingerprint, or the scan of a face)? Apple’s Health Records feature debuted in beta this week, with Johns Hopkins Medicine, Cedars-Sinai, and Penn Medicine among the first participants (see a full … is to help consumers live a better day,” Apple COO Jeff Williams said in a statement. “We’ve worked closely with the health community to create an experience everyone has wanted for years—to view medical …

Eric Topol

Apple Dives Into Complex Field: Your Medical Records | Morningstar | 1/24/2018

… and store medical information covering allergies, conditions, immunizations, lab results, medications, procedures and vitals. A dozen hospitals are participating, including Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore, Cedars-Sinai in Los Angeles and Penn Medicine in Philadelphia … medical-record systems. “Apple is in the right spot,” said Eric Topol, author of “The Creative Destruction of Medicine” and a physician at the nonprofit Scripps Research Institute. “There’s a long ways to go still …

Kavita Patel

The American Journal of Managed Care® Presents “Implementing the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System for Improved Population Health” Webcast | Business Wire | 1/18/2018

Kavita Patel, MD, nonresident senior fellow at the Brookings Institution, co-founder of Tuple Health, and primary care physician at Johns Hopkins Medicine. Patel will be joined by Stephen Grubbs, MD, clinical assistant professor of medicine at Thomas Jefferson Medical School and vice president of the Clinical Affairs Department, American Society of Clinical Oncology, and Robin Zon, MD, chair of the government relations committee at the American Society of Clinical …

Scott Sandell

NEA Promotes Aaron Jacobson To Partner, Welcomes Kavita Patel As Venture Partner | PR Newswire | 11/16/2017

… extremely pleased to recognize Aaron’s outstanding contributions to the firm and to our portfolio with this promotion to Partner,” said Scott Sandell , Managing General Partner, NEA. “His investing acumen, collaborative spirit and passion for what … to her role at NEA, is a practicing physician at Johns Hopkins Medicine. She previously served in the Obama Administration as Director of Policy for the Office of Intergovernmental Affairs and Public Engagement in the …