What’s the most effective way to make JHM a fully integrated medical system?

At this week's town meeting at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Paul B. Rothman, dean of the medical faculty and CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine, asked attendees what they thought was the most effective way to make Johns Hopkins Medicine a fully integrated medical system. The attendees voted via text, and their results are below.

  • Create and implement JHM-wide systems and processes—46%
  • Better connect JHM member organizations—22%
  • Centralize decision-making power and budgets—12%
  • Clarify leadership objectives—20%

Do you agree with what the poll shows? Share your thoughts in the comments!

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Janet Dorer March 14, 2014 at 9:10 am

I agree that creating and implementing JHM-wide systems and processes is the most important step. One payroll, one administration, one medical program, one teaching program so that all of the credentialing, forms, hiring processes would go a long way to reduce inefficiency, confusion and the forces that currently separate the Hopkins family from each other.

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