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Tag Archives: Johns Hopkins Medicine

Md. hospitals to postpone elective surgeries beginning this week

Maryland hospitals, including Johns Hopkins Health System and University of Maryland Medical System, have begun to postpone elective surgeries as they work to free up capacity to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. Gov. Larry Hogan announced Monday that the state ...

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Johns Hopkins police bill gets heard in Md. legislature (access required)

Johns Hopkins University leaders returned to the Maryland legislature Friday requesting permission to create a university police force less than a year after they were forced to abandon the proposal due to opposition from the community and the Baltimore City delegation. ...

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Hopkins to revisit plan for campus police force, weigh other measures (access required)

Johns Hopkins University will revisit the issue of safety and security on and around its Baltimore campuses after an attempt to create a campus police force failed earlier this year. During the 2018 legislative session, a measure that would have ...

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Mile Marker software streamlines surgical residency evaluations (access required)

Where medical residents once used index cards to track how well they handled their cases, a Baltimore startup wants its software to help change medical education through a data-driven approach. Mile Marker produces software allowing surgical residents and their attending physicians ...

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Hopkins’ Sibley Memorial to offer voluntary buyouts to cut staff (access required)

WASHINGTON  — Sibley Memorial Hospital is planning to offer voluntary buyouts to cut staff over the next several months. Hospital President Richard “Chip” Davis says in a letter obtained by The Washington Post that officials are projecting a “significant budget gap for ...

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