Articles from Children's Hospitals Today magazine and pediatric research journals.
A health system's efforts to address social determinants of health started with food insecurity, but expanded much further.
The Pediatric Quality Award uncovers amazing improvement work happening in children's hospitals.
It takes a different approach to recruit and retain 20- and 30-somethings.
These strategies are also help raise patient family satisfaction rates.
A child may be diagnosed with PANDAS when obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) and/or tic disorders suddenly appear, or worsen following a strep ...
Technology helps relieve parents' stress and connects them with their babies.
Ideas can come from unexpected places.
Children’s hospitals are using data to assess the needs of their employee populations after revised guidelines on high blood pressure were released.
Hospitals that used a sterile tubing change technique saw the biggest decline in rates.
Surgical and clinical advances help providers and patients strip away the stigma of the disease.
Families are counting on Congress to ensure their children don't lose health insurance.
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.
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