Medicaid is the most important health care program for children in America, covering more than 30 million kids.
Sepsis is the leading cause of death for hospitalized children, killing 5,000 annually. Here are powerful stories of how early intervention saves lives.
Build your population health IQ and support your hospital’s move to value-based care with webinars, white papers, articles and more.
The hope, compassion and resiliency shared by patients, their families and caregivers are on display in our latest exhibit presented by
Save the date — November 6-8 — for this annual conference to inspire leaders in care delivery and payment modeling, organizational effectiveness, strategy and innovation.
National experts share worrisome trends in our children’s health that could put the nation’s future security, economy and well-being at risk.
Health care for more than 30 million children – 40 percent of all U.S. kids – on Medicaid is at risk. Tell your U.S. senators to reject the U.S. House’s American Health Care Act!
The spring issue looks at how a patient's genes can impact drug response, how technology is helping parents care for babies at home, and what happens when suicide becomes a contagion.
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