The Role of Social Determinants of Health (SDOH) in Pediatrics

Kailin Lieu, MD- Senior Director, Ambulatory and Clinical Programs Social determinants of health (SDOH) are increasingly becoming recognized as a crucial part of overall health. The concept that health is all clinical has become outdated, in favor of a more multifactorial representation of the reality that health is only 20% clinical care and 80% non-clinical.

Applying the AWARE Framework at the Point of Care

Kailin Hsu, MD, Director of Product Solutions and Clinical Programs Promoting a safer care environment is of crucial importance as healthcare workers face a concerning rise in workplace violence. Recognizing the need for a more proactive approach, clinical leaders at Get Well created the AWARE Framework to provide strategies on ways to avert and reduce

Pediatric pain management: Best practices for creating a patient-centric process

When it comes to managing children’s pain, actively communicating and partnering with patients and their families is crucial. Pain in children is often misunderstood. It can negatively impact the day-to-day lives of patients and their families. And many hospitals struggle to effectively assess, document and evaluate treatment efficacy.