InnovationContest Opens to Stimulate Pediatric Device Innovations
Competition for startups aims to increase the pace of development and commercialization of critically needed pediatric medical devices.
StrategyHouse Panel High on Bills Addressing Infant Death, Transplant Drugs
Bipartisan support for measures to increase research, improve care.
FinanceChildren's Minnesota CFO on Investing in Virtual Care to Improve the Patient Experience
Brenda McCormick, MBA, who was named to the role in August, details the unique challenges and opportunities associated with leading...
Clinical CareDecolonizing Parents Cut Staph Colonization in NICUs
Fewer infants colonized when parents underwent cleaning procedure.
Clinical CareHow to Encourage Pediatricians to Ask Families About Gun Safety
There are personal and professional barriers that block pediatricians from addressing gun safety in their patients' homes.
Montefiore Medicine's New CEO is Philip O. Ozuah, MD
Ozuah succeeds Steven M. Safyer, MD, who is retiring after 40 years of service.
FinanceHow One Employer Stuck a New Mom With a $898,984 Bill for Her Premature Baby
Dignity Health said its employee, an ER nurse, failed to meet the deadline to add her premature newborn to its...
Clinical CareSecond Malignancy Risk Sky-High for Childhood Cancer Survivors
Findings suggest need for heightened surveillance through adulthood.
Snooze You Can Use: California Legislates More Sleep For Better Health
A new California law mandates later start times for most students: no earlier than 8 a.m. in middle school and...
Clinical CareNew Stanford Children's Health CEO: Impacting a Child's Life Is 'Intoxicating'
Paul King has served in leadership roles at some of the country's premier healthcare organizations, including Mayo Clinic and the...
StrategyNemours CEO Larry Moss: Let's Invest More in Kids' Health
Relatively modest investments in social determinants of health for children have demonstrated impressive results.
Clinical CareAttempt to Revamp Waitlist Policy for Pediatric Heart Transplant Candidates Falls Short
Children with two subtypes of cardiomyopathy ? hypertrophic or restrictive ? are now dying on the waitlist at a rate...