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The 2017 Pediatric Quality Award recognized outstanding work in patient care and quality improvement. Learn more about the five award-winning ...
Victoria, a high-fidelity simulator that mimics real-life birth scenarios, is helping instructors at Barnes-Jewish Hospital and St. Louis Children's ...
Multidisciplinary teams determine improvement opportunities and effectively educate staff members to advance sepsis detection and treatment.
Phoenix Children's developed journey boards to educate newly diagnosed patients and their families on their condition and on how to effectively care ...
Nikki Schueller learned a lot about sepsis after her son’s six battles with it. Here’s what she wants all health care providers to know.
Surround yourself with people who can support your efforts, says Wendy Sue Swanson of Seattle Children's Hospital.
After researching existing technology for video communication and comping up empty-handed, this team built it themselves. Now parents can connect ...
When Children's Hospital at Montefiore discovered discharge summaries didn't match medication lists providers sent home with patients, staff ...
Antibiotic stewardship program at Children's Hospital Los Angeles focuses on reducing unnecessary antibiotic usage in its neonatal intensive care ...
Gillette Children's virtual reality technology helps distract patients in the medical setting.
Cross-sector care coordination can have a life-changing effect on children and their families.
School telehealth program connected 13-year-old Kayla to a doctor without leaving school.
Wolfson Children's Hospital's "big idea" brings health care and education into the community.
Here's how Children's Mercy's Family Experience Tracer program is elevating the family's voice.
Akron Children's Dance Unlimited program offers children with special needs the chance to perform.
New evidence could guide the future of pediatric cancer treatment.
Thousands of babies still die each year in the U.S. from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. A safe sleep environment, inside and outside the hospital, can ...
Advocating for children is part of our roles as leaders in children's hospitals, says Rick W. Merrill, CEO of Cook Children's Health Care System.
Newman: Solving a seemingly intractable case requires questioning the original diagnosis and all subsequent diagnoses.
Mary Austin, M.D., doesn't share her medical history with families so they can make their own decisions.
Jeff Sperring, M.D., the CEO of Seattle Children's, has worked in health care for more than 15 years.
Dedicated teams are overcoming the quality challenges facing their children's hospitals.
Humans make 35,000 decisions a day. How do we know if they're the right ones? Here's a look at cognitive bias and what children's hospitals can do ...
Thirty years after a tragic bus accident, a post on Facebook helped Quinton Higgins reconnect with the nurse that saved him.
Morten Hansen outlines traits and practices of people who work less and achieve more.
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