Created by Johns Hopkins patient safety researchers, the Comprehensive Unit-based Safety Program (CUSP) aims to improve patient safety culture while providing frontline caregivers with the tools and support that they need to tackle the ...
Bloodless Medicine | Tammy's Story
Heart surgery performed without a blood transfusion.
Women with Heart Disease Report More Treatment and Care Disparities
Using data from a nationwide survey that represents 11 million women with heart and blood vessel diseases, Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers say women continue to report significant disparities in the care they receive compared with men.
Johns Hopkins inHealth: Experts Discuss Lower Cost, Better Care
The debate about health care continues in Washington but one thing remains constant - health care costs continue to rise.
Chances are good that when you look at where your own healthcare spending dollars go, medications are number one or two.
Drug prices have been increasing astronomically, but many generic drug prices- which are usually much less expensive- have led the way, sometimes increasing by thousands of percentage points.
Precision Medicine and Drugs: Finding the Right Drug for the Right Patient
Not everyone with a particular health issue responds to every drug, and one way to stem the tide of exorbitant drug prices is to only use them in those who would benefit.
Lean Sigma: Improving Quality and Efficiency in Healthcare
Learn how Lean Sigma can be used to make health care delivery more efficient while improving quality of care and patient safety.
Internist and preventive care specialist Laura Sander, medical director of the Priority Access Primary Care pilot, explains the program's aims.
The ERAS Pathway: A Quicker Recovery After Surgery | Q&A
Director of colorectal surgery Jonathan Efron discusses the implementation of the ERAS pathway across the Johns Hopkins Health System and its multiple benefits for patients.
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