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.
Take a closer look at these easy-to-implement ideas from your peers that your hospital can use to drive results into the future.
Hospitals share their strategies for improving patient family engagement, clinical care and communication.
Hospital facility features advances in family-centered care, environmentally sustainable green design and state-of-the-art surgical diagnostic suites.
Hospitals and health systems face a new reality now that the tax reform bill has been signed into law.
Robot technology helps leaders at Nicklaus Children's Hospital interact with patients more than 100 miles away.
For help tackling big problems, turn to the teams in the hospital that are seeing the issues firsthand.
It takes a different approach to recruit and retain 20- and 30-somethings.
These strategies are also help raise patient family satisfaction rates.
Ideas can come from unexpected places.
Children’s hospitals are using data to assess the needs of their employee populations after revised guidelines on high blood pressure were released.
Learn how to use the survey data to improve your employee benefits program.
When someone says something can't be done, it's their way of putting their head in the sand.
Generating and implementing new ideas and processes doesn't have to take a lot of time or cost a lot of money.
Feeling busy but not productive? That means it's time to take a step back and consider making some changes.
Innovation doesn't necessarily mean "disruption." Here's how to be strategic with a smaller-scale approach.
A test utilization management program can help children's hospitals reduce lab costs, avoid unnecessary blood draws and improve care.
Generations of parents and patients expect different things from their experience in a children's health care setting. Is your hospital keeping up?
She has served on the CHA Board of Trustees since 2015.
Active, two-way dialogue helps create new opportunities.
Peggy Troy, the CEO of Children's Hospital Wisconsin, shares why values are so important.
How children's hospitals prepared for Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
This CEO with experience working in Canadian and American children's hospitals shares his perspectives on health care.
Help high-functioning, talented teams continue to grow and improve.
Don't miss insights from these health care leaders at the Annual Leadership Conference.
Children's hospitals are leading the way in many areas of health care. And adult hospitals are watching, learning and following suit.
An ambitious, national project is underway to test new payment and delivery models for children with medical complexity.
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