In: Systems Modeling and Optimization

The ill winds of COVID-19

Johns Hopkins mechanical engineers believe fluid dynamics can tell us a great deal about the COVID-19 pandemic—and how people can protect themselves when the country reopens.

New outbreak model better predicts COVID-19 hotspots

Team led by Malone researchers is developing a new model that more accurately understands and predicts the spread of diseases such as COVID-19 in both large and small communities.

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Hopkins team awarded AHRQ patient safety learning lab grant

Researchers from the Johns Hopkins Department of Emergency Medicine and the Malone Center for Engineering in Healthcare have teamed up to...

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Algorithm helps doctors identify no-show patients

Patients who don’t show up for their scheduled medical appointments drain health care providers’ time and resources, reducing appointment availability, increasing...

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Streamlining health care scheduling

Health care systems are complex organizations with heavy demands on limited resources. For patients, this can lead to long waiting...