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Connecticut Children’s Program Awarded Safe States Alliance Grant to Develop Driver Safety Messaging Campaign September 3, 2020

The national Safe States Alliance selected Connecticut Children’s Injury Prevention Center (IPC) to lead one of four Safety Teams around the country that will research, develop and implement new evidence-based strategies aimed at reducing injuries and fatalities that result from impaired, drugged and distracted driving.

Connecticut Children’s Medical Center and Guidehouse Form NEW Company to Deliver Revenue Cycle Management Improvements to the Pediatric Healthcare Industry July 27, 2020

Children’s Health Consortium to leverage industry-leading expertise, technology, and scale to help children’s provider members improve financial performance and maintain focus on delivering a high-quality care experience

Connecticut Children’s Expands Pediatric Orthopedic and Sports Medicine Program in Fairfield County and Welcomes New Orthopedic Surgeons to the Team! July 6, 2020

Connecticut Children’s is excited to introduce Mark Rieger, MD and Anna Katsman, MD as its newest Fairfield County-based orthopedic surgeons. Drs. Rieger and Katsman will provide expanded pediatric urgent orthopedic and sports medicine expertise and care to the children and families of Fairfield County and New York. They will see patients at Connecticut Children’s Shelton office located at 2 Ivy Brook Road beginning July 6th.

New Startling Numbers Show Impact Of COVID-19 Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome In Children Connecticut Children’s Intensive Care Physicians Warn “Hot Spot” States of Spike in New Cases in Newly Published New England Journal of Medicine Study July 1, 2020

Connecticut Children’s physicians recently co-authored an important study about a newly described inflammatory syndrome appearing in children across the nation 2-4 weeks after a COVID-19 infection or exposure. The syndrome has since been named multi-system inflammatory syndrome in children or MIS-C. There is now concern the number of these cases may rise given the latest spikes in infection rates in states in across the country.

Connecticut Children’s Home to New England’s First and Only Pediatric Sedation Center of Excellence June 18, 2020

Connecticut Children’s is pleased to announce it has been named New England’s first and only Center of Excellence by the National Society of Pediatric Sedation (SPS). In addition, Connecticut Children’s is one of only 10 programs nationally to receive the distinction. As a Center of Excellence, Connecticut Children’s has demonstrated its commitment to the highest quality pediatric sedation care and standards of the SPS. This includes additional measures taken during the COVID pandemic such as enhanced PPE, more rigorous cleaning and sanitizing measures, COVID free zones, masks and temperature screenings to ensure all families are safe and sound during their appointment.

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