Being able to unlock and unite all of these elements through today’s technologies is the key to a healthier future for everyone.
Elizabeth Tracey and Paul Rothman discuss high value healthcare and Johns Hopkins program inHealth.
Elizabeth Tracey and reports on the initiative to utilize data to improve health.
Natalia Trayanova, the Murray B. Sachs Professor of Biomedical Engineering at Johns Hopkins University, explains her work with computational simulations of the heart.
Johns Hopkins inHealth kicks off #HopkinsOnTheRoad, a health care leader series where experts discuss the importance of Precision Medicine.
The debate about health care continues in Washington but one thing remains constant - health care costs continue to rise.