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October 17, 2013

The Johns Hopkins Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality has been awarded a $2.1 million contract to develop, implement and study a program that better supports people with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) following hospitalization — a period when patients are especially prone to re-hospitalization. The three-year project will be funded by the Patient-Centered CONTINUE »

October 17, 2013

The board of trustees of the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra (ASO) announced that Jeth Mill has been named executive director. Mill will provide leadership and vision to achieve the orchestra’s continued goals of artistic excellence, community engagement and education outreach. Prior to joining the ASO, Mill held the position of executive director for the Windsor Symphony CONTINUE »

October 17, 2013

Carroll Hospital Center has received the American College of Cardiology Foundation’s 2013 NCDR ACTION Registry — GWTG Platinum Performance Achievement Award, making the hospital one of 197 nationwide to achieve this recognition. The award recognizes the organization’s commitment and success in implementing a higher standard of care for heart attack patients. To receive the award, CONTINUE »

October 17, 2013

With more than 150 alumni in an array of professional and communal careers and 15 stellar new graduates taking the reins this fall, Yeshiva University’s Presidential Fellowship in University and Community Leadership is celebrating its 10th anniversary. Adam Neuman and Meirah Shedlo of Baltimore have been selected for this year’s cohort. The highly competitive program CONTINUE »

October 17, 2013

“Letters To President Clinton” celebrates a unique, widely unknown chapter in President Bill Clinton’s history — a written dialogue between him and prominent American Orthodox Rabbi Menachem Genack that spans more than 15 years. The two first met when then-Arkansas Gov. Clinton was just beginning his road to the White House.  As their friendship deepened, CONTINUE »