Children’s hospitals face huge challenges to improve patient outcomes, decrease costs and transform the delivery of care – like offering more coordinated care – while maintaining training programs for the next generation of pediatricians and specialists. Our resources help hospitals improve operational efficiency, including the environment of care and patient satisfaction, and drive costs out of the health care system.
For hospitals to thrive, employees must thrive too.
Parents and nurses are the closest to every patient, and it’s pivotal for physicians and health care leaders to listen to them.
Leaders in children’s hospital emergency departments develop ground rules that can help any department operate more efficiently.
Here’s how children’s hospitals improved their drug use policies.
Children’s hospitals are developing staffing practices that produce high-performing emergency departments without sacrificing attention to employee resilience.
On-demand organ delivery could reduce the amount of time a patient waits for transplant surgery once an organ is available.
Children's hospitals face one-of-a-kind challenges when it comes to managing the weight of the job.
Burnout rates are on the rise and can have patient repercussions. Use these seven strategies to reduce the risk of diagnostic errors to avoid cognitive biases in patient care.
People working in health care are statistically more likely to experience burnout than most other industries.
As children’s hospitals aim for better transparency with patients, families gain access to physician notes.
Weaving together children’s and adult hospitals into one system can create varied standards of care. This hospital system keeps the needs of children at the forefront while integrating hospitals and expanding care access.
Children’s hospital leaders gather at Annual Leadership Conference to discuss strategy and examine evolving challenges in health care.
No matter what a children’s hospital’s size, kids come first.
Reduce no-shows by engaging with patients and families in new ways.
Children’s hospitals are working to attract and recruit tomorrow’s health care workers through educational programs and internships.
Children’s hospitals can take steps to improve employee resiliency as the industry faces a rise in burnout.
How one hospital’s physician informatics program is pairing analysts and clinicians for improvements in the electronic health record that reduce challenges and employee burnout.
As children's hospitals aim for better transparency with patients, families gain access to physician notes.
Health care ranks as the costliest industry when it comes to recovering from a data breach. Here’s one leader’s perspective on how to address data security in a children’s hospital.
Even the most dedicated employees can experience workplace fatigue. Here are some tips to help you start reigniting your passion for providing the best care to kids.
For Johns Hopkins Children’s Center’s chief medical officer, Maggie Moon, assuming the best intentions of everyone on staff is a great starting point for productive conversation.
Here are strategies children's hospitals can use to keep teams strong.
As Tim Robinson transitions to his new CEO role, he’s helping hospital staff embrace the vision and live it every day.
A pediatric hospital recognizes local needs and relies on shared decision making to meet variability in the unit.
One hospital was surprised to learn that parents don’t cite patient safety as being important, and there’s a theory why.
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