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.
Here's a look at significant trends and innovations in pediatric health care from the last 25 years.
Being a good leader means knowing when to apologize and make things right with your team.
Here are the must-have leadership traits for every children's hospital executive.
Telemedicine, mobile technology, big data, patient engagement and revenue-cycle management are among the strategies of Miami Children's CEO Narendra ...
National trends indicate specialty drug costs are on the rise. Here’s how children’s hospitals are curbing the costs of these drugs for the hospital ...
Rady Children’s Hospital used predictive analytics to reduce length of stay in the emergency department and improve patient satisfaction.
Simply stating a hospital's value to consumers isn't enough. Children's hospitals should prove value with facts and analysis.
Bill Considine, CEO at Akron Children's Hospital, is one of the nation's longest-tenured hospital executives in the country.
Learn how to be more thoughtful about how you spend your time.
Dogs as employees help patients, families and hospital staff by providing love and comfort.
There can be a learning curve when it comes to successfully incorporating new technology into a hospital environment. Here are tips from the pros.
Children’s hospitals of all types offer competitive benefits and on-site services to promote wellness. How does your hospital compare?
From interactions among members of the health care system to providing information to parents, apps are entering the children's hospital culture.
Learn how one large hospital system secured employee adoption of its new high-deductible health plan and saved millions in benefit costs.
A look at one hospital's data revealed unexpected correlations and clear targets for improving employee health and reducing benefit costs.
By making purchases as a collective and sharing knowledge, member hospitals are gaining efficiencies, saving money and improving performance.
Innovative, new ideas come from uninhibited thinking, something kids are great at. Embrace your inner child to help solve problems and come up with ...
Along with Yale-New Haven, three other children’s hospitals were named category winners, and one was recognized with a distinctive achievement award ...
In addition to looking after employees' physical health while on the job, hospitals should also offer support for employees' mental health.
The latest germ-zapping technology is helping organizations reduce hospital-acquired infections.
Health care industry employees are injured on the job more than in any other industry. Providing health programs helps them focus on delivering ...
Every dollar saved on a major capital project is an opportunity to further enhance patient services and outcomes.
Here's how Yale-New Haven Children's Hospital used care services data to make operational improvements.
OSHA statistics on employee injuries on the job and how much it costs hospitals.
An ambitious, national project is underway to test new payment and delivery models for children with medical complexity.
The 2017 Quality and Safety Conference is the premier event for children’s hospital professionals with a passion for quality improvement.
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