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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.
Find new guidance on limiting elective procedures and improving surge capacity during the COVID-19 pandemic.
How two physicians used their podcast Kids Considered to provide relevant and accurate information on coronavirus in a time of confusion.
There are three common factors that prevent children’s hospitals from using medication in instances of opioid overdose.
Good decision-making starts with hearing people out.
An examination of pediatric coronavirus cases in China shows the potential effect on kids.
The practice is increasing as a way of managing costs, it can create potential patient safety concerns.
As the U.S. prepares for a surge in cases, children’s hospitals should consider these keys to a proper response.
Whether families have a sick child or are seeking routine care, many look for guidance on COVID-19 safety practices.
As the death toll climbs internationally, children’s hospital leaders are stressing the importance of screening everyone and taking prompt action for those exhibiting symptoms.
One CEO dishes on his philosophy for being prepared to take on a leadership role and the importance of advocacy.
The key is finding processes that lead to better care—no matter where those processes originated.
This children's hospital established a community partnership to help drive better outcomes for patients.
Children's National Hospital in Washington, D.C., created a task force specifically focused on creating safer environments for encounters with patients in the ED.
With a 96% engagement rate, Texas is showing how children’s hospitals, states and schools can partner to bring behavioral health care to kids and reduce stigma.
Community health navigators have a role in connecting families to mental health care services.
This process saves patients and families time, reduces costs and improves care.
A study reviewed medical records of more than 11,000 pediatric patients to identify suboptimal antibiotic prescriptions.
This physician is the driving force behind a pediatric-specific device for kids with congenital heart defects.
The implementation of a new safety principle focuses less on what goes wrong and more on what goes right.
At the Quality and Safety in Children’s Health Conference, a variety of speakers share best practices and attendees collaborate to uncover answers to pediatric-specific challenges in health care.
Partnerships between children's hospitals and community organizations have demonstrated improvement in targeted populations.
Children's hospitals are trying different ways of doing things in the face of evolving challenges.
This patient's participation in an antibiotic study for appendicitis treatment set the stage for a quick recovery.
A military veteran design mindfulness-based training to assist those in extreme stress environments.
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