The spring 2019 issue of Children's Hospitals Today features articles about the 2020 Census, navigating changes in health care and patient safety risks every hospital should assess.
The 2020 Census and What it Means for Children's Health Care
With the 2020 Census around the corner, here's a look at why an accurate count of kids across the country matters.
Strategies for Health Care Leaders to Navigate During Times of Change
These leadership concepts will be your lifesaver during times of organizational change.
6 Patient Safety Risks
Here are six patient safety risks every children's hospital should assess.
The Next Generation of Quality
Kim Arnold Became a Pediatric Nurse in the Same Hospital that Cared for her son
The Next Epidemic: Vaping
Patient Safety Project Aims to Reduce Alarm Fatigue
Sleep Quality and Insulin Resistance in Adolescents
Screening Pediatric Patients for Food Insecurity
Minimizing Opioid Misuse in Adults and Treating Pain in Children
Family Discovers Unparalleled Support within Pediatric Care
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Dell Children's created a plan to integrate behavioral health into the children's hospital at the access point.
Program that individualizes care and promotes a safe place for healing and wellness.
Children's Health Network aims to improve how an organization of primary care facilities use an operational framework.
Electronic medical record (EMR) tools improve access to specialty care and reduce health care costs.
Sometimes the minute details in a children's hospital experience can greatly impact a patient's recovery, all by inspiring joy.
Children's Hospital Colorado outlines its approach to determining pediatric-specific recommendations for opioid prescribing.
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