Governance committees and the resulting policies are essential to being good stewards of information technology, and the people and processes it touches. The advising groups below provide ideas and oversight for the work we do.
This group meets once a month to review new applications, partnerships, and innovations for clinical care at JHM. Members include IT leaders, clinical leaders, and clinical champions.
The ICSC provides a forum for IT managers and administrators across Hopkins to consider matters of common concern.
A group of finance, faculty, and IT leaders across JHU who meet to prioritize and recommend funding for JHU/enterprise-wide projects. Business leaders across the institution present their projects and the committee scores each project, across various criteria meant to ensure objectivity, relative to all requests submitted each cycle. Recommendations are presented to leadership groups across JHU for final approval including the DBO council, the Strategic Planning Group, the Provost’s office, and depending on magnitude, the Council of Deans.
Members of JHU Academic divisions provide strategic information technology input and feedback to IT@JH.
This group leads the JHM IT system review process to ensure coordination across the enterprise for all new system requests. The process ensures adherence to JHM, entity, and departmental goals.
The Student Services Excellence Initiative (SSEI) takes a student-centric view to ensure that at each touchpoint with a student services office or system, students and faculty will have a unified positive experience, encounter processes that are streamlined and simplified, and engage with modern technology that meets their needs. This group meets monthly; the SSEI leadership group provides status updates, shares project roadmap, accomplishments, future deliv
Johns Hopkins Health System employees looking to bring a new technology software solution to the workplace are required to complete this form, which outlines why the technology is needed, what problem it will solve and what the expected return on investment will be for the department and the institution. This process is only for Johns Hopkins Health System Corporation and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine employees.