Category Archives: Johns Hopkins

The Deans of Johns Hopkins and Miami discuss ACO’s

February 28, 2011- By Steven E Greer, MD Dean Miller of Johns Hopkins and Dean Goldschmidt of Miami discuss accountable care organizations,

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Exclusive: Michael Bloomberg took control of Johns Hopkins with his billions. Then, death rates skyrocketed at a children’s hospital.

Dean and CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine Paul Rothman December 11, 2018- by Steven E. Greer, MD Ranking colleges and medical centers is a futile, highly subjective, and ludicrous endeavor. Nevertheless,

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The new 80-hour work week surgery residency

July 24, 2011- The Surgeon-in-Chief of Johns Hopkins Hospital,

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A Bridge Too Far: Patient classifications for LVAD reimbursement

September 16, 2013- By Ashish Shah, MD, Cardiac transplant surgeon, The Johns Hopkins Medical Center Left ventricular assist devices (LVADs) arose from the ashes of the total artificial heart era.

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Double arm transplantation

Gerald Brandacher, MD, Scientific Director of the  Composite Tissue Allotransplantation (Reconstructive Transplant) Program at Johns Hopkins discusses the first double arm transplant.

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Matthews Chacko, MD: Renal denervation to treat HTN

December 29, 2010 Many medical devices cause a far greater clinical impact than pharmaceutical therapies such

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