Children's Hospitals Today - Spring 2014 - (Page 1)

contents 16 10 22 28 FEATURES COVER STORY 22 A fresh take The days of unhealthy food options are numbered. Hospitals are making changes to food environments to benefit patients, families and staff. Cover photo by Alistair Tutton Photography 10 Measuring up Centers of Excellence are making strides in developing new quality measures children's hospitals need to support high-quality, costeffective care across a wide breadth of services. 16 Data breach: 10 ways to prepare and respond Statistics show that 94 percent of health care organizations have leaked data over the last two years-mostly due to human error. When the inevitable occurs, it's critical to launch a proper response. 28 Balancing the business of care New data shows how children from varying economic backgrounds utilize hospital resources. The findings raise challenges and opportunities for children's hospitals to consider as they head into the future. 34 Better together Here's how medical teams are navigating care coordination and using it to weather the rapidly changing health care environment. IN THIS ISSUE 2 Editor's note 3 President's message HOSPITAL ROUNDS 4 Reader commentary 5 Everyday hero 6 Transforming care HOSPITAL HIGHLIGHT 8 Must-see TV ASSOCIATION NEWS 38 Public policy update 39 Board member Q&A 44 Child's story

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Children's Hospitals Today - Spring 2014

Children's Hospitals Today - Spring 2014
Editor's Note
President's Message
Reader Commentary
Everyday Heo
Transforming Care
Measuring Up
Data Breach: 10 Ways to Prepare and Respond
A Fresh Take
Balancing the Business of Care
Better Together
Public Policy Update
Board Member Q&A
Child's Story

Children's Hospitals Today - Spring 2014