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Leaders from Driscoll Children’s explain how they integrated call center and communication technology to accelerate patient transfer, transport and admission process.
Nemours Children’s Hospital in Orlando, Florida, shares how the organization improved financial processes and education efforts among staff and families.
Nine-month-old conjoined twins Abigail and Micaela Bachinskiy are recovering at UC Davis Children’s Hospital in Sacramento, California, after surgeons successfully separated them in a marathon surgery in October.
Sponsored content: A new pediatric tuberculosis (TB) screening test can be administered in one visit, compared to the traditional test, which requires two.
Using COVID-19 scenario planning, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford stress-tested its strategic plan for 2021.
Seattle Children’s developed a program to inform providers of the admission decision-making process.
How one hospital is creating statewide change in meeting behavioral health needs.
As children’s hospitals experience significant increases in stress and burnout during the COVID-19 pandemic, one institution focused on a breathing workshop that led to less anxiety on an individual level, and a culture transformation.
One children’s hospital examined how to modify a patient’s experience by understanding needs, values.
One children’s hospital laid the groundwork for improving patient access and as a result saw positive outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Children’s hospital leaders share what they are doing to assess DEI in their institutions and identify the steps needed to make progress.
Partner with EMS services to ensure better outcomes for children with complex medical conditions.
A military veteran design mindfulness-based training to assist those in extreme stress environments.
While data is important, this researcher says it’s time to do more than talk about racial disparities; it’s time to work on prevention and intervention.
Despite the uncertainty the COVID-19 pandemic has created at some health care organizations, children’s hospitals can still find opportunities for quality improvement.
Researchers identified cell secretions during shift changes that disrupt body clock alignment and raise risk of health issues.
Halle's one-of-a-kind genetic abnormality caused her family to adapt in ways they never expected.
Cancer nurse gets her hands dirty in the name of fun.
The increasing use of video technology in health care today can help hospitals explore new or blended models for behavioral health patient safety observation.
In these challenging times, it's important to remind yourself why you do what you do. These four family stories show how you make a huge difference in their lives-a difference that could not be made without you.
Initial rounds of federal aid were based on Medicare participation, which excluded children’s hospitals.
Implementing new cleaning practices in patient rooms can reduce some hospital-acquired infections.
Now more than ever, children’s hospital teams across the country continue to connect, collaborate and support each other.
Children's hospital studies its pediatric coronavirus patients to learn what makes the infection unique and the role children play in its transmission.
Nationwide Children’s Hospital launches country’s largest pediatric behavioral health facility, seeks to erase stigmas while meeting community needs.
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