Keyword: Children's National Health System
Healthcare giant Johnson & Johnson plans to open a 32,000-square-foot JLABS life sciences incubator in D.C., officials announced Tuesday.
Four Republicans have called for a delay in the vote on Kavanaugh's nomination amid sexual assault allegations, plus other healthcare headlines.
Led by Seattle Children's, a new initiative called CureWorks will allow member hospitals to participate in clinical trials.
Children are at high risk for firearm injuries, and pediatricians can play a role in reducing those dangers by having frank conversations with parents about firearm safety, according to a new study.
There were plenty of hot topics at this year's HIMSS conference, but many had a common thread: It was all about the data.
ORLANDO, Fla.—Two bicoastal health systems are incorporating geospatial analytics into existing patient data to create targeted population health initiatives.
A Maryland hospital's decision to combine its pediatric emergency department and inpatient unit has paid off in big ways: cutting costs and improving quality.
As part of an ongoing goal to improve population health, hospitals now offer more mental health and emotional wellness programs to children and teenagers.