At Johns Hopkins, we don’t treat disease — we treat people. When a patient feels safe and understood, treatment is less stressful and outcomes improve.… Read More »Going Way Beyond Language to Treat Chinese Patients
Since 2016, Johns Hopkins Medicine International (JHI) has been working with Taikang Insurance Company, China’s largest non-state-owned insurance financial group. If that seems like an… Read More »Filling the Practitioner Pipeline in China
Before becoming president of Johns Hopkins Medicine International, I spent eight years overseeing JHI’s educational infrastructure planning and medical training efforts with affiliates, particularly in… Read More »Live From China, It’s Johns Hopkins Medicine
Health care is at a flashpoint in China, where being seen by a general practitioner is three times more difficult than the international standard, according… Read More »Look Homeward to Fix China’s Broken Health System
By Mary Myers China has a population of 1.4 billion and 5.7 million hospital beds. This equates to about four hospital beds for every 1,000… Read More »Why Wait in Line When You Can Heal at Home?
Johns Hopkins’ relationship with China goes back to 1915, when William Welch, the first dean of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, traveled there… Read More »Going Way Back in Chinese Medical Education