The bipartisan Advancing Care for Exceptional Kids Act will improve care and reduce cost for our nation's sickest children.
This September, CHA joins other health care organizations talking about sepsis, a leading cause of death in hospitalized children.
An initiative to improve neonatal abstinence syndrome outcomes won the 2015 Pediatric Quality Award. Go inside this incredible work and 75 other quality improvement projects.
With the top specialists and technology, children's hospitals benefit all children through pediatric clinical care, research, education and policy advocacy. Discover what makes children's hospitals special.
The premier conference for children’s hospital leadership teams. Attendees gain exclusive access to peer organizations and experts to meet the missions of children’s hospitals. Registration is open for CHA members.
The new Pediatric Analytic Solutions portfolio encompasses care delivery and financial/operational hospital data to provide a more complete picture of pediatric health care services.
Call for proposals is open. Your practices could help peer hospitals make key changes to improve children's health care. Submit a proposal by September 29.
The CHA website and other online applications will be down Fri., Oct. 7 - Mon., Oct. 10, and will be operational Tues., Oct. 11.
The summer issue features articles on pediatric sepsis, quality improvement ideas other children's hospitals can implement, and tips for success from a children's hospital CEO.
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