In November 2016, Networking Health, Ltd. (NH) announces a new strategic partnership with another Baltimore based Maryland non-profit organization, Vision Interchange Foundation. The goal of vision interchange is to provide free prescription glasses to underserved patients who are unable to afford … Continue reading →
Lightbulb moment. Following inspiration from the Forbes conference and lots of thought and deliberation, NH is announcing a new model of service. Previously, efforts were focused primarily on free clinics in Baltimore. Since NH implementation and support services are directed around … Continue reading →
Networking Health’s efforts at the Baltimore Rescue Mission Clinic was just featured in Sabri Ben-Achour’s story: “Baltimore Clinic Develops E-Records For Homeless Patients.” The story was aired during the Friday lunchtime broadcast and is posted on the website. This story … Continue reading →
Featured in the Johns Hopkins Whiting School of Engineering Magazine, Mary Beth Regan’s article entitled “Health Care Records for the Homeless” was just released in support of Networking Health’s efforts to implement an electronic medical record at the Baltimore Rescue Mission … Continue reading →
NH received recognition as a CGIU Project for its commitment to service to the Baltimore Rescue Mission Clinic and Charm City Clinic for 2012-2013. They will be featured at the CGIU conference at George Washington University April 1st-3rd, 2012.