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Company Overview of The Johns Hopkins Hospital

Company Overview

The Johns Hopkins Hospital engages in researching, teaching, and providing medical services to patients in the United States and internationally. It offers treatment services in various areas, including allergy and clinical immunology, anesthesiology/critical care medicine, brain tumors, cancer, cardiac surgery, cardiology, children health, dentistry, dermatology, ear, nose and throat, emergency medicine, endocrinology, eyes, facial plastic and reconstructive surgery, gastroenterology, gynecology and obstetrics, head and neck surgery, hearing, heart, hematology, infectious diseases, internal medicine, and liver tumors. The company’s treatment areas also include medicine, nephrology, neurolog...

600 North Wolfe Street

Baltimore, MD 21287

United States

Founded in 1889





Key Executives for The Johns Hopkins Hospital

Vice President of Finance and Treasurer
Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President
Vice Chairman of the Trustees and Chief Executive Officer of Johns Hopkins Medicine
Age: 70
President of the Johns Hopkins University
Age: 53
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

The Johns Hopkins Hospital Key Developments

Hopkins Hospital and Union Enter Wage Negotiations

Johns Hopkins Hospital's service and maintenance workers seeking raises have yet to come to an agreement with the Hospital. The workers, members of labor union 1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East, have threatened to strike beginning April 9 if the hospital does not agree to a wage increase of as much as 40% for some employees, though most would get more modest raises. The starting salary of the workers represented by the union ranges from $10.71 to $27.88 per hour, depending on the job. The existing contract expired on March 31, 2014. The employees will continue working under the terms of that contract as long as negotiations continue. The union initially pushed for a $15-an-hour "living wage" for all workers with four years of service. Hopkins has suggested a 1% raise in each of the first two years of a proposed five-year contract and a minimum starting salary of $12 an hour for all workers in their fifth year. In bargaining, the union proposed that every worker with 15 or more years of service be raised to $15 an hour or above by the end of the first year of a new four-year contract. Increases to minimum wages of a lesser amount would be phased in over the four years for workers with one or more years of service.

The Johns Hopkins Hospital Presents at Bloomberg Business Summit, Nov-21-2013 11:45 AM

The Johns Hopkins Hospital Presents at Bloomberg Business Summit, Nov-21-2013 11:45 AM. Venue: The Art Institute of Chicago, 230 S. Columbus Drive, Group Entrance, Chicago, IL 60603, United States. Speakers: Paul B. Rothman, Dean & CEO.

Healthways Inc. Announces Five-Year Extension of Agreement with The Johns Hopkins Hospital

Healthways Inc. announced a five-year extension of their decade-long agreement with Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM) to leverage its clinical, research and educational capabilities in the rapid development, testing and distribution of new well-being improvement science and solutions. Johns Hopkins HealthCare Solutions (JHHCS), a division of Johns Hopkins HealthCare, will coordinate support of the joint effort by faculty and staff members of the institution. The new agreement with JHM reflects Healthways' long-term commitment to developing and distributing programs based on sound clinical research, such as the joint market introduction of Innergy(TM), the commercial version of the new standard of care weight-loss program validated by faculty of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine in the NIH-supported POWER trial concluded last year. The research, program development and distribution activities contemplated by the new agreement will be guided by a Joint Steering Committee (JSC) that includes clinical, research, program development and distribution experts from both JHM, JHHCS and Healthways. Chaired by Frederick L Brancati, MD, MHS, chair of the Division of General Internal Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and the executive medical director of JHHCS, the Joint Steering Committee will set the agenda for, and guide, the workflows contemplated under the agreement. In addition, the JHHCS members of the JSC will provide ongoing oversight of all services provided to Healthways by JHM and its affiliates, and their respective faculty and staff, in support of the organizations' mutual objectives.

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