The Children's Hospital Association and American Academy of Pediatrics have launched a mental and behavioral health campaign.
Children's Hospital Association (CHA) partnered with Axios on a virtual event highlighting the effect of the pandemic on children's mental health.
A children's hospital leader speaks on Capitol Hill to describe the effect the pandemic has had on children and adolescents, highlighting the increase in the number of children experiencing a mental health crisis and growing emergency department (ED) and inpatient stays due to a lack of care options.
A young woman details her mental health conflicts and how she manages the challenges.
Children’s hospital addresses increased behavioral health needs amid pandemic with additional training for employees across its organization.
The care team helps pediatric patient take control of medical trauma.
Are the kids all right? Here’s a look at how the pandemic is affecting kids and how children’s hospitals are helping them emerge stronger.
Children’s hospital emphasizes community outreach, multidisciplinary approach to caring for children with autism.
Study reveals both positive and negative effects of social media on children in mental health crises.
Children’s hospital expands services to provide personalized behavioral health care.
As one children’s hospital moved to more telehealth visits, it incorporated new simulation exercises into the pediatric residency training program to better prepare residents for patient encounters.
Ask Congress to support children and children's hospitals during this time of crisis.
This process saves patients and families time, reduces costs and improves care.
Learn more about children's mental health and how children's hospitals are addressing these challenges.
We responded to President-elect Biden's HHS transition team inquiry into immediate actions they could frame up for children.
President Trump signed the "No Surprises Act" to address surprise billing.
We submitted comment letters on two RFIs on innovative best practices in response to COVID-19.
Our 2020 State Child Health Policy Trends Overview was informed by responses from children’s hospital GRs in 35 states.
We submitted comments on HRSA's Blueprint RFI for children and youth with special health care needs.
Seattle Children’s developed a program to inform providers of the admission decision-making process.
How one hospital is creating statewide change in meeting behavioral health needs.
A military veteran design mindfulness-based training to assist those in extreme stress environments.
The increasing use of video technology in health care today can help hospitals explore new or blended models for behavioral health patient safety observation.
Nationwide Children’s Hospital launches country’s largest pediatric behavioral health facility, seeks to erase stigmas while meeting community needs.
This model streamlines care for patients with mental and behavioral health needs and reduces costs.
Online courses prepare clinicians working in areas where pediatric patients with psychiatric or behavioral health disorders may be encountered.
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