Children's Hospitals Today - Spring 2014 - (Page 10)

Measuring up Centers of Excellence are making strides in developing new and innovative quality measures children's hospitals need to support high-quality, cost-effective care across a wide breadth of services and range of needs. Here's a look at what they're working on. By Ellen Schwalenstocker, MBA, Ph.D. AT A GLANCE Current pediatric quality measures  are limited in scope and don't reflect the needs of children with medical complexity.  To develop high-quality, cost-effective care, hospitalsare examining care coordination, readmissions, mental health and more.  The work will build the science of quality measurement and inform quality and policy leadership groups. 10 children's hospital s today Spring 2014 childrenshospital

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