Articles from Children's Hospitals Today magazine and pediatric research journals.
November is National Prematurity Awareness Month, and one baby will mark the event in a special way.
Public policy decisions made in Washington, D.C. can affect the everyday operations of children's hospitals. Here's what went on so far in 2017 in ...
MassGeneral Hospital for Children doctors took on complicated procedure and ethical dilemma of choosing between options that would result in the ...
When someone says something can't be done, it's their way of putting their head in the sand.
Sessions and posters at the Annual Leadership Conference offer ways to help hospitals provide better mental health care for the pediatric population.
Pharmacogenomics examines the role genes play in a patient's drug response, helping clinicians prescribe a more effective dose. This could lead to ...
To provide the best mental health care, start by looking at the barriers to that care.
Children's National's Complex Care Program is an established service line and medical home to more than 2,000 medically complex patients.
Here’s how a children’s hospital engages with local residents to help improve their health and well-being.
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.
Adults think today's kids are worse off than their parents.
New SMART cell method provides hope for improved treatment of chronic condition in kids and adults.
Here's how one hospital is helping everyone on staff learn from each unintended error. The end result is improving reporting and ultimately its ...
Allowing families to be with their child during trauma care helps parents fulfill their role as an advocate for their child.
A doctor's mission trip produces an unexpected addition to the family.
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?
Children's hospitals are reducing visits for asthma by building partnerships in the community and meeting families and patients where they live, ...
A pediatric-focused report reveals the disparity in reimbursements.
Tommy Hoag's kidney has lasted 50 years and counting.
Hands-on science experiences introduce students to medical and research careers.
This educator is saving lives, one heart at a time.
Fidget spinners are a popular today, but do they have therapeutic benefits?
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