Articles from Children's Hospitals Today magazine and pediatric research journals.
Patients and families from the nation's children's hospitals met with their representatives in Washington, D.C., to urge them to protect Medicaid.
While brick-and-mortar facilities will be relevant, the future is all about digital transformation.
A new study of children and teens with autism found five risk factors that are associated with an increased likelihood of seeking inpatient ...
Training educates first responders on autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and how to properly handle a call involving an individual with ASD.
Nix the top-down management approach and help your team thrive.
When 28 children were admitted for near-drowning injuries on one month, Cook Children's took action.
Here's an inside look at the preparation and surgery at Maria Fareri Children's Hospital.
Allowing families to be with their child during trauma care helps parents fulfill their role as an advocate for their child.
We should strive for every child's health insurance coverage to pass this test.
Nicklaus Children's Hospital's patient safety program has spread to help children and hospitals worldwide.
As part of the CARE Award, Wolfson Children's Hospital experienced improvement in a number of metrics, including reducing emergency visits.
This health care leader says extending into the community digitally is a priority.
Learning about evolutionary history could help researchers find solutions for antibiotic-resistant superbugs.
Here's what matters to children's hospitals in accountability programs and quality measures.
A screening tool helps Children's Hospital Colorado nurse coordinators connect the dots and set social-behavioral and medical goals for patients.
A team from Children's Hospital Wisconsin treated a sick bonobo monkey at the Milwaukee County Zoo.
The results of one children’s hospital’s efforts to better understand and connect with the community they serve.
More than 30 million children from all backgrounds in the United States are covered by Medicaid, including military families.
New, on-demand videos feature presentations from the 2017 Quality and Safety in Children's Health Conference.
The honor recognizes CHA’s leadership in improving outcomes for pediatric sepsis through efforts such as its innovative Improving Pediatric Sepsis ...
Clinicians say the models lead to better outcomes and shorter lengths of stay.
Research uses PHIS data from 32 children's hospitals across the U.S.
Patients from newborn to 3 years old account for 40 percent of visits.
Researchers for the first time show how sleep apena affects neurocognitive function in children.
Here's what changes to the nation's health care system could mean for kids.
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