Pediatric health, care delivery and policy data and trends available to all members and the public.
New study shows correlation between sleep and insulin sensitivity.
How an app can help reduce family members concerns during their child's procedure.
The future is happening now.
In this Q&A, analytics team manager Vaidehi Mehta discusses training a new breed of analyst to meet quality improvement data demands.
Learn about solutions three hospitals created to tackle common, yet complex issues.
Whole genome sequencing helps doctors navigate "diagnostic odysseys."
Clinical care improvement projects can change how a child receives care. Here's a look at the top Pediatric Quality Award entries from the clinical care category.
Children's Hospital of Orange County (CHOC) uses data to assess the likelihood of readmission.
The number of encounters at children's hospitals for suicidal thoughts or attempted suicide increased steadily from 2008-15.
From social media and blogs to Alexa and Google Play, Wendy Sue Swanson talks about the future of digital health.
Here are some common health care data analytics terms to know so you can speak the same language with your team.
2017 survey data show pediatric specialty shortages continue to affect children's ability to receive timely, appropriate care.
A pediatric-focused report reveals the disparity in reimbursements.
A pediatric leader shares what she sees as the biggest challenges and opportunities in pediatric health care.
Massive demographic changes are converging to make investing in children more important than ever. It is a strong wake-up call for policymakers.
Children's hospitals are actively working to ensure the right antibiotics are used at the right time.
Research uses PHIS data from 32 children's hospitals across the U.S.
Richard Aplenc specializes in caring for children with leukemia. Here's how data helps him do his job.
Details and specifications of a novel data and informatics framework, and lessons learned for sustainability of similar future efforts.
A new study finds the rate of children hospitalized from opioid poisoning has increased over the last 16 years.
Gaze into the crystal ball with thought leaders at what's next in pediatric health care.
Here's a look at significant trends and innovations in pediatric health care from the last 25 years.
Health care providers must supplement technology with human interaction and communication to provide the best care to pediatric patients.
Tonsillitis is one of the top 10 pediatric conditions affecting almost half a million children each year.
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia leverages data analytics to reduce medication errors.
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