Connecticut Children's Blog
Connecticut Children's Blog provides important perspective on pediatric health from the same voices that care for our patients at Connecticut Children's Medical Center.
In honor of Health Information Management Week, we sat down with Linda McKone, manager of Health Information Management Operations at Connecticut Children’s to discuss what happens behind-the scenes to keep patient information safe and secure. Patient care is typically thought of as the hands-on process of treating and healing. Linda McKone, Operations Manager of Health […]
Written by Katie Kelly in honor of her brother Joe Everyone knows the situation when a parent introduces his/her child to a friend who hasn’t seen the child in years. The friend says, “Oh you’ve gotten so big!” and the child simply smiles and nods in response, lost for words to reply. My mother has […]
Connecticut Children’s Division of Clinical Support Services and the Division of Clinical Support Services Advisory Council joined forces to help spring bloom at the South Park Inn Homeless Shelter in Hartford. Earlier this year, the team held a fundraiser to bring that idea to life. Giving back to the children and families of the local […]
Connecticut Children’s “Bedtime Doctor” Lynelle Schneeberg, PsyD, joins our blog to share some valuable techniques that can help prepare you and your family for Daylight Saving Time. There are two ways to prepare for Daylight Saving Time. Adjust gradually during the week before the change: If your child goes to bed at 8pm, put him or her to […]