1. 1 Academic Culture: Develop an institutional culture which values achievement across all four missions - education, discovery, clinical care and advocacy - and create an environment which rewards individuals based on achieving excellence in their defined scope of work.
  2. 1.1 Recruit, develop, and retain the best talent across the organization to support the clinical, cultural, and socioeconomic needs of the patient population.
  3. 1.2 Create an environment which encourages all employees to embrace and support the transition of Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital into a thriving academic institution.
  4. 1.3 Create a culture which encourages all current and future clinical staff members to pursue excellence in two or more of the institution's mission areas.
  5. 2 Stakeholder Engagement: Increase and strengthen relationships with internal and external stakeholders to broaden their levels of advocacy, donating, volunteering or referring.
  6. 2.1 Encourage and actively support a healthy workforce at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital.
  7. 2.2 Create stronger relationships with the employed and referring physician community.
  8. 2.3 Broaden relationships with current and future donors through diversified programs that allow for various sources of giving and effectively communicate the impact of individual and corporate supporters on the overall mission.
  9. 2.4 Mobilize greater support from the community by expanding the role of community volunteers, presenting them with diversified and impactful participation opportunities spanning Johns Hopkins All Children's mission.
  10. 2.5 Educate, inform and engage appropriate regulatory agencies and elected officials, families, decision makers, stakeholders, community and corporate leaders about the value Johns Hopkins All Children's provides to children and their families.
  11. 2.6 Leverage the community health needs assessment to work with community-based entities to identify and fill gaps in the safety net for children.
  12. 2.7 Work with various agencies to address selected socioeconomic determinants which influence the health of children.