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Program that individualizes care and promotes a safe place for healing and wellness.
A study showed that pediatric patients seen via telemedicine services are more likely to be prescribed an antibiotic, and less likely to be medically compliant.
R. Lawrence Moss has worn many different leadership hats on his way to becoming president and CEO of Nemours Children's Health System.
Implementing new cleaning practices in patient rooms can reduce some hospital-acquired infections.
Amid flu season, flu activity is unpredictable, and children’s hospitals are taking internal measures to keep staff prepared.
Clinical surveillance isn’t new for some children’s hospitals, but the practice is evolving thanks to better technology and being implemented more broadly.
Parents and nurses are the closest to every patient, and it’s pivotal for physicians and health care leaders to listen to them.
Leaders in children’s hospital emergency departments develop ground rules that can help any department operate more efficiently.
Sponsored content: While MRI technology has an overarching benefit in terms of superior tissue definition compared to CT, it also has a safety advantage in pediatric settings.
Here’s how children’s hospitals improved their drug use policies.
Sponsored content: Light disinfecting technology can help hospitals fight hospital-acquired infections.
Children’s hospitals are developing staffing practices that produce high-performing emergency departments without sacrificing attention to employee resilience.
Why one children’s hospital leader always solicits help and outside opinions.
On-demand organ delivery could reduce the amount of time a patient waits for transplant surgery once an organ is available.
A children’s hospital leader of infection prevention describes how pediatric institutions can be ready for flu season.
As children’s hospitals aim for better transparency with patients, families gain access to physician notes.
How one hospital developed a telemedicine program to service nine NICU locations across north Texas.
Recognizing a need for on-site services in schools, Children’s Mercy Kansas City launched a project to address behavioral health needs in school so kids can get the resources they need and avoid a hospital visit.
This children’s hospital traced 50% of serious safety events to cognitive bias and created targeted interventions to mitigate the most common cognitive biases found in health care.
Weaving together children’s and adult hospitals into one system can create varied standards of care. This hospital system keeps the needs of children at the forefront while integrating hospitals and expanding care access.
The incident taught teams to prepare for communication failure, supplies shortages and a deep emotional toll on staff.
This hospital’s behavioral health crisis center helps keeps patients out of the emergency department so they can receive care more quickly.
Children’s hospital leaders gather at Annual Leadership Conference to discuss strategy and examine evolving challenges in health care.
Here’s why children’s hospitals may be seeing a need for more full-time employees.
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