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Matt Beuschlein | Aug 1, 2022
Dr. Helen Hughes is the associate medical director for Johns Hopkins Medicine’s Office of Telemedicine and the medical director of Pediatric Telemedicine for Johns Hopkins Children's Center. In this Q&A Hughes offers an update on her office’s work in the telemedicine space, the impacts of the pandemic’s resurgence, and challenges
Nearly 40% of CareFirst members are without a primary care provider. To address this, CareFirst recently launched a new virtual primary care practice called CloseKnit. CloseKnit is an advanced primary care practice designed around people and their health care needs. This virtual-first delivery model will offer a variety of care
Maryland is home to two of the most socially responsible hospitals in America. That’s according to a recent study published by the Lown Institute, a nonpartisan healthcare think tank. The Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center and the University of Maryland Medical Center Midtown Campus came in 3rd and 5th, respectively,
More than 2,700 people in the US prison system have died from COVID-19, and one out of every three incarcerated individuals have been infected since the pandemic began. In a report released by the Prison Policy Initiative, Maryland received a “D-” (62%) for its response to COVID-19 in prisons, an
Over the course of 24 hours, 1,272 new COVID-19 cases and 16 new deaths were reported in Maryland. This comes the day after Gov. Larry Hogan’s vaccine mandate went into effect for Maryland nursing home and hospital employees. The vaccine mandate from Gov. Hogan comes alongside a slew of other
A universal school mask mandate was passed by the Maryland Board of Education (MBE) with almost unanimous support on Thursday. The board held a special meeting to vote on whether or not to implement an emergency regulation mandating universal mask-wearing for schools in the state. Before being enacted,