The winter 2018 issue of Children's Hospitals Today features "steal-worthy" ideas, the latest on the tax reform law and how a safety hotline can make reporting easier.
8 Ideas Your Hospital Can Implement to Drive Future Results
"Steal" these strategies to move your hospital into the future.
What the Tax Reform Law Means for Children's Hospitals
Hospitals face a new reality now that the tax reform law is in effect.
Phone Hotline Transforms Patient and Employee Safety
Help employees know what, when and how to report an incident.
5 Things to Consider when Building or Renovating a Health Care Facility
Caring for Young Adults and Teens with Cancer
Remote Care Unit Monitors Patients' Vital Signs from Afar
What Happens to Our Brains in High-Pressure Situations
"Why I Became a NICU Nurse"
Living with Ulcerative Colitis is Hard for Kids Balancing Life's Growing Pains
Commentary: We Have a Lot to Learn from the Children We Serve
Meet CHA Board Member John Nash
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Efforts to engage front line staff members, patients and families can lead to a decrease in CLABSI rates.
How the original IPASS concept is being adapted and used as a way to engage patients and families and improve the quality of care.
Data plays a key role in helping this hospital document the treatment of sepsis patients.
Children's National Medical Center leadership saw opportunities to increase the number of safety events staff members report.
Leadership partnership has rapidly decreased preventable patient harm at Riley Children's by blending the expertise of physicians and nurses.
Rady Children's Hospital is screening all patients over the age of 12 in the emergency department.
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