Stylized child icon Improve Outcomes

Our number one priority is achieving the best possible health outcome for every child. We do this by implementing evidence-based care standards, leveraging the electronic medical record to make it easier for clinicians to do the right thing, and using measurement to inform improvement activity.

Highlighted Breakthroughs

Reducing Catheter-associated Urinary Tract Infections

Reducing Time to Antibiotics for Children with Sepsis

Standardizing Treatment of Children with Polyarticular Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis to Improve Outcomes


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Broad-spectrum Antibiotics

CHOP works to avoid using broad-spectrum antibiotics for common childhood functions (ear, sinus, throat and lung infections).

A Less Invasive Way of Screening Young Children for UTI

A CHOP initiative has reduced the catheterization rate for obtaining urine in young children.