Early key findings in this three-year project to test change concepts to improve care and reduce costs for children with medical complexity.
CHA developed a summary of MACPAC’s June 2016 report to Congress.
Children’s hospitals of all types offer competitive benefits and on-site services to promote wellness. How does your hospital compare?
This study shows how hospitals were able to reduce variation in care and reduce costs for common inpatient conditions.
This white paper highlights best practices of Registered Dietitians working in pediatric weight management programs.
CHA is examining the distribution of pediatric health care services, care delivery, and pediatric care utilization to help inform policy decisions ...
The purpose of this survey was to better understand the children’s hospital response to the childhood obesity epidemic.
The Association analyzed utilization patterns using claims data for specific patient populations, enabling segmentation and development of care ...
The Association commissioned Dobson DaVanzo & Associates, LLC to estimate the financial impact on the Medicaid program of its legislative proposal ...
This report outlines the Association's proposal for a national solution to address the needs of children with medical complexity.
Recommendations to help children's hospitals advance a healthy hospital environment for patients, families and employees.
This special report looks at a growing sub-population among children -- the medically complex -- and reveals the extent and cost of their health ...
This report is the third iteration of benchmarking data for child protection teams at children’s hospitals.
Informs hospital staff on statistics and information that can support advocacy efforts on a local, state and national level.
The FOCUS on a Fitter Future 2011 Executive Report is a brief summary of the work of FOCUS on a Fitter Future II.
This report presents findings from the Association’s 2011 survey of injury prevention activities of its U.S. members.
Guidelines on what a hospital child protection team should offer in order to be a basic program, advanced program or center of excellence.
This Survival Guide provides practical steps for children's hospitals ready to take their weight management programs to the next level.
Learn about optimal ways to deliver high-quality, cost-effective care and improved services for children and families affected by obesity.
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