No matter if you are running a health system or a large corporation, your goal is to increase the quality of the health care you provide while driving down your health care costs. The challenges are many, and the solutions are not always evident or readily available.
We have been innovators in health care practice and policy for nearly 130 years. Johns Hopkins clinicians, researchers and administrators have been consulting with employers, health systems, health ministries and governments around the world to help them address the myriad challenges in health care, which now include patient safety and quality, population health, health care analytics, disease management, compliance, and more. Our consultants are engaged for short- and long-term projects by the pharmaceutical industry, biotech firms, device manufacturers, large and small employers, payers and practitioners.
Our Johns Hopkins faculty consult on a wide range of topics including:
Felicia Hill-Briggs, Ph.D.,
Professor of Medicine and President, American Diabetes Association/Health Care & Education
Dr. Hill-Briggs is an expert and leader in diabetes self-management and health disparities.
Lawrence Appel, M.D.
Dr. Appel is recognized for research that has moved the needle on addressing health care issues like hypertension, diabetes, and nutritional supplements
Aging in Place
Bruce Leff, M.D.
Developer of “Hospital at Home,” Dr. Leff is an internationally recognized leader in the research, development, implementation and evaluation of innovative models of care for older adults.
Constantine Lyketsos, M.D., M.H.S.
Dr. Lyketsos’s work on traumatic brain injury led him to leadership roles in military and veteran’s health as well as collaborations with the NFL Players Association.