The summer 2019 issue of Children's Hospitals Today features articles about the importance of partnerships between Children's Hospitals, improving communication between providers and families, and preparing the next generation of leaders.
When Children's Hospitals Partner with Each Other, Patients Win
For years, hospitals have formed partnerships with outside organizations to advance their goals of improving the lives of children and their families. Now, more children’s hospitals are partnering on clinical services to deliver the highest-quality care, increase access to services and leverage resources to create greater value.
Using Family Centered Rounds to Improve Care and Communication
Communication failures between providers and families can lead to patient harm. Patient- and family-centered rounds can help, but is your hospital using them effectively?
Prepare Millennials to Step into Leadership Positions
In the face of baby boomers’ mass retirement, children’s hospitals look to prepare the next generation of leaders.
ACE Kids will Improve Care Coordination for the Sickest Patients
How This Children's Hospital Updated its Brand and Image
Assistive Technology Helps Kids Connect with the World
Twins Rely on Each Other to Reduce the Effects of Sickle Cell Disease
Cultivating an Entrepreneurial Passion
The State of Value Based Care in Pediatrics