In 2013 BWH launched the Brigham Innovation Hub to be a resource center for thought leaders and innovators in the medical field, both internal and external.
Almost 200 children's hospitals in the country were evaluated based on key clinical data and detailed surveys, with only eleven hospitals ranking at the top in three or more specialties.
The four Women's Choice Awards for 2016 gave much-deserved recognition for the Metro Health Medical Group's commitment to the promotion of health and wellness and providing exceptional care and treatment to patients.
Although still in the early stage, genomic testing is transforming the diagnosis and treatment of numerous childhood illnesses.
Brigham Women’s Hospital in Boston started a blog last June sharing all of the mistakes they have made and what they have learned from their experiences.
Sibley Innovation Hub’s goal is to envision what healthcare will be like in five years and make that today’s reality.
In October 2010, the University of California launched the Center for Health Quality and Innovation, designed to “promote, support and nurture” the innovations of faculty and staff.
Through its values and vision, Penn Medicine is creating a culture of innovation that is not only enriching and invigorating for researchers, but is highly effective for making real, timely improvements for the patient experience and the health care system as a whole.
Staying in touch is very important for a child and their parents, especially if the child is in the hospital for an extended period of time.
While one in three American children is considered overweight or obese, in Napa County the numbers are mind-boggling.