Johns Hopkins says TV show worked well

Stephenson, Gary M.
August 2010
Healthcare Risk Management;Aug2010, Vol. 32 Issue 8, p88
The article focuses on the production of the television series "Hopkins 24/7" in The Johns Hopkins Hospital, which worked well according to the hospital's senior associate director for media relations and public affairs Gary M. Stephenson.


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