Johns Hopkins Medicine International

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Johns Hopkins Medicine International (JHMI) is a partnership program established by the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine to raise the standard of health care through long-term, mission-driven agreements.[1]

Types of partnerships[edit]

Hospital Management[edit]

In a Hospital Management program, JHMI oversees the partner institution’s daily operations at an executive level. Examples include:

Clinical Operation[edit]

JHMI oversees the partner institution’s clinical operations:

Affiliations[edit]

Affiliated institutions have a Hopkins faculty member appointed as a part-time medical director to assess, promote and monitor medical quality and safety

Strategic Collaborations[edit]

JHMI provides educational and consulting support to:

References[edit]