EMERGENCY MEDICINE, JOHNS HOPKINS
Dr. Erin Kane is currently an emergency physician at Johns Hopkins Hospital and Howard County General Hospital and the assistant medical director of John Hopkins Capacity Optimization at Johns Hopkins Hospital. She studied at Harvard, where she earned a Bachelor’s of Arts in History and Science, and eventually her medical degree. She has co-authored several publications, notably an article on a pilot program that taught medical students about obesity among other noteworthy pieces. Prior to her residency at John Hopkins Hospital, she served as the senior associate at McKinsey and Company where she helped clients from hospitals, health care, and payor in public and private sectors. At Close Concerns, Erin Kane helped transform the organization by being one of the founders of diaTribe in 2006.