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Our clinicians use expert consensus and existing evidence to avoid over-testing and over-treatment.
A Less Invasive Way of Screening Young Children for Urinary Tract Infection
Avoiding Broad-Spectrum Antibiotics for Common Childhood Infections
Reducing Albuterol Use in Children with Bronchiolitis
Reducing Lumbar Punctures for Febrile Newborns
Reducing Radiation Exposure for Children with Ventricular Shunts
An initiative was implemented to increase the discharge rate of patients with sickle cell disease to improve the quality of life.
Urinary tract infections are the most common type of healthcare-associated infections. CHOP implemented an initiative to reduce rates.
A CHOP initiative expedited the process for patients with suspected sepsis to receive antibiotics.