Reimagining Care Delivery

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Reimagining Care Delivery

We envision a future where the essential resources needed for good health, from clean air, water and good nutrition to essential surgery, medicines and accurate information, are within reach of every person. This includes harnessing the power of technology to enable education and access to care and providing support and partnership to strengthen health systems and capacity.

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Video: Nurses Change Lives
Throughout history, nurses have brought innovation to patient care that has profoundly changed human health. And since 1897, Johnson & Johnson has been proud to support nurses through employment, platforms, partnerships, training, and millions in scholarships and grants. Because nurses change lives. And that changes everything. ...
Sep 14, 2018 9:10 AM ET
Johnson & Johnson Institute on Wheels
In India, there are only six doctors and 13 nurses per every 10,000 people. The Johnson & Johnson Institute on Wheels is a mobile training center designed to provide hands-on surgical training. Click here to view on YouTube...
Aug 21, 2018 8:00 AM ET
Pioneering a People-Centered Approach to Corporate Philanthropy
In 1943, long before corporate social responsibility (CSR) became a catchphrase, Johnson & Johnson Chairman Robert Wood Johnson wrote the company’s now-famous “Our Credo,” which states that the company must be “responsible to the communities in which we live and work and to the world community as well.” While language like this is...
Aug 1, 2018 9:45 AM ET
For Better Medical Services - Reinventing the Way Healthcare Services are Provided
In Johnson & Johnson, we integrate care, science and wisdom to bring about profound changes in the development of human health. We aim to have a positive impact on our stakeholders, including patients, employees, communities and the planet. Recently, Johnson & Johnson released the 2017 Health and...
Jun 26, 2018 9:15 AM ET
The Neonatal Resuscitation Program: How a Partnership Between the U.S. and China Saved Thousands of Babies
It was an historic initiative: train healthcare workers across China in neonatal resuscitation—from big cities to remote villages. Ten years later, over 150,000 newborns are alive because of it. We go behind the scenes to explore the secrets of the program’s success. By Justin Bergman For an expectant mother, one of the most frightening things that can happen during labor is to...
Oct 5, 2016 8:00 AM ET

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