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Despite the uncertainty the COVID-19 pandemic has created at some health care organizations, children’s hospitals can still find opportunities for quality improvement.
Borrowing concepts from industry and the military, Texas Children’s addresses rapid changes to improve patient outcomes.
Children’s hospital publishes coloring book to educate and inform children in face of COVID-19 pandemic.
Children's hospital studies its pediatric coronavirus patients to learn what makes the infection unique and the role children play in its transmission.
Here’s how one children's hospital continued to address the needs of mental health patients and their families during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Now more than ever, children’s hospital teams across the country continue to connect, collaborate and support each other.
Heightened sense of ego-free collaboration emerges as a silver lining amid COVID-19.
One children’s hospital focuses on developing adjuvants to make a COVID-19 vaccine more effective.
A severe Kawasaki disease-like inflammatory syndrome linked to COVID-19 and has serious effects even for children with no COVID-19 symptoms.
A CEO shares his thoughts about what children's hospitals can do to prepare for uncertain times.
New research shows pediatric population at higher risk for hospitalization, critical care than originally thought.
With the help of 7-Eleven, Children’s Health set up an onsite convenience store to help staff and patient families secure essentials, comfort food during pandemic.
In this first person account, a hospital leader recounts how during the pandemic, it's been all hands on deck.
A project conducted by Vizient and CHA informs strategies to limit shortages of essential drugs in children’s hospitals.
In times of crisis, children’s hospitals can lean on each other to learn quickly.
How Children’s Hospital at Montefiore is helping adult patients with COVID-19 and their families.
Partner with EMS services to ensure better outcomes for children with complex medical conditions.
With one hospital's help, families receive treatment closer to home and build a stronger support system.
One children’s hospital CEO says it’s important for leaders to be visible during this time and interact with staff on a human-to-human level.
From telemedicine to primary care provider training, here are examples of how children’s hospitals are improving mental and behavioral health outcomes for patients.
This researcher is working to find a cause for an uncommon pediatric disease.
Children's hospitals can learn from the COVID-19 pandemic and embrace the future.
Looking beyond health care for inspiration, find ways to bring other philosophies into your repertoire to drive success.
ICU training inspires a concept that begins with monitoring and requires prompt action.
From scalpels to Sharpies, this doctor finds a creative way to comfort patients.
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