Michael is the Director of Rehabilitation Therapy Services at the Johns Hopkins Hospital and faculty member of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. At Johns Hopkins Hospital he is responsible for the delivery and integration of high quality Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Speech Language Pathology inclusive of inpatient and outpatient services. Prior to working at Johns Hopkins, Mr. Friedman worked for a provider of senior living communities responsible for regional operations and financial oversight of rehabilitation and wellness services in including assisted living, independent living and skilled nursing facilities. Clinical experiences span across the continuum and amongst varied populations from acute trauma to geriatrics to sports medicine. Mr. Friedman also has professional experience in web-site design and e-learning development. Mr. Friedman has co-authored publications in the areas of critical care rehabilitation financial modeling, the correlation between function and readmission and cancer rehabilitation awareness. He has presented at academic and professional venues on the topics of Business Management and Finance, Business Planning and Innovation, Critical Care Rehabilitation Program Finance and Operations, Cancer Rehabilitation Integration within Survivorship, Workforce Recruitment and Retention, and Value-Based Culture of Mobility Initiatives. Mr. Friedman is a member of the Health System Rehabilitation Community steering committee and is a member of the Acute Care and Health Policy and Administrations sections of the APTA.
|Capstone for RAC|
|Implementing Value Based System Change in Rehabilitation|