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Press Release: Study of Privately Insured Patients Finds Short-Term Telehealth Follow-Up Comparable to Most In-Person Care During First Year of COVID-19 Pandemic

Dr. Weiner participated in a podcast about safeguarding public health and managing care during the COVID-19 pandemic - government CIO

Johns Hopkins Team Outlines Ways to Integrate SDoH Data - HopkinsACG

More than $38 million in Grants Announced by the ONC - US Department of Health and Human Services press release 

Health Exchange Digs into Data to up Enrollment - WYPR NPR News

Dr. Jonathan Weiner and Dr. Hadi Kharrazi served as guest editors for a special issue of eGEMS (Generating Evidence and Methods to improve patient outcomes). The new, open access, peer-reviewed journal is managed by AcademyHealth's Electronic Data Methods (EDM) Forum.

"Ebola Cases Put Focus on Health IT needs" - HealthcareIT news

Johns Hopkins University and CPHIT with the Whiting School of Engineering are awarded an NSF Frontier Award.

Past Headlines

"A Conversation with Jonathan P. Weiner, DrPH: Information Technology Required" – Managed Care, June 2013

"Looking for Trouble: How Electronic Medical Records can Help find High-Risk 'missing' patients" – Johns Hopkins School of Public Health Magazine

"Frontiers of Public Health/Affordable care: Transformer Man" – Johns Hopkins School of Public Health Magazine

"Populations Hold Key to Future Medicine" – Healthcare IT News

"Getting a Center for Population Health Informatics off the Ground" – Healthcare Informatics

"EHR Quality Measurementi in Its Infancy" – InformationWeek Healthcare

"New Johns Hopkins Center Will Focus on Population Health Data" – Medical Economics

"Johns Hopkins Launches Center for Population Health IT" – InformationWeek Healthcare

"New Information Technology Center Established to Benefit Population Health" – News Releases, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health