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.
Children’s hospitals are positioned to answer questions about the census and encourage parents to count children they otherwise might not.
A children’s hospital within an adult hospital recognized the need to attract pediatric surgical talent and expand its breadth of services.
Organ donors are escorted to the operating room by the family, as the hallways are lined with doctors, nurses, specialists and other hospital staff paying their respects.
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.
Maggie Moon, M.D., M.P.H., is Johns Hopkins Children’s Center’s first chief medical officer. In this role, she’s put her focus on reducing communication gaps and plotting out the future of pediatrics.
These leadership concepts can be a lifesaver during times of organizational change.
The once-per-decade count aids in deciding how federal funds are allocated in the coming years, including programs that support the pediatric population.
The first week of April marks National Young Adult Cancer Awareness Week. In recognition, Children's Hospitals Today looks at how one nurse scientist is working to improve outcomes for this patient population.
How Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago is making an investment in the career growth of its employees.
The minute details in a children's hospital experience can greatly impact a patient's recovery, family support and staff retention, all by inspiring joy.
Children's Mercy Kansas City's clinically integrated network, Children's Health Network, aims to improve how an organization of primary care facilities use an operational framework.
R. Lawrence Moss has worn many different leadership hats on his way to becoming president and CEO of Nemours Children's Health System.
Children's hospital aligns with pediatricians to deliver asthma care.
As Christian Panarese, who has cerebral palsy, moves into adulthood, his family prepares for a new health care reality.
Deborah Feldma, president and CEO of Dayton Children's Hospital, joined the board in 2019.
Children's hospitals should be where patients and families are—in a digital world.
How an app can help reduce family members concerns during their child's procedure.
The future is happening now.
Understanding how millennials think, what motivates them in the workplace and what keeps them happy long term is the best way to attract and retain this generation in any work environment.
How Mercy Kids coordinated a new approach to developing pediatric quality measures in an adult system.
With the help of some eye-catching visuals, Shriners Hospitals for Children-Chicago is helping staff and caregivers improve hand hygiene.
Huddles at Intermountain Healthcare cascade throughout the teams.
New approaches help hospitals address operational and health care delivery challenges.
Networking with colleagues can help your ideas come to fruition, says Donald Kearns, CEO at Rady Children's Hospital.
From reducing waste of a life-saving medication to improving how laboratory tests are sent out, learn more about the top Pediatric Quality Award entries for waste reduction and improved efficiency.
Transforming care delivery and payment for children with medical complexity
Champions for Children's Health
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