The fall issue examines the current and future generations of parents and patients; test utilization management programs; and community-based asthma care.
The Future is Here: What the Next Generations of Parents and Patients Expect from a Health Care Experience
Here's how children's hospitals can keep up with their technology, convenience preferences and habits.
Put the Needle Down: Test Utilization Management Programs Reduce Costs
A test utilization management program can help children's hospitals reduce lab costs, avoid unnecessary blood draws and improve care.
Breathing Easier: Partnering with the Community to Reduce Asthma Visits
Children's hospitals are reducing asthma visits by building partnerships in the community and meeting families and patients where they live, learn and play.
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