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The top-ranked people, programs and services of Stanford Children’s Health and Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford are frequently highlighted in all types of social and traditional media. From press releases on pioneering research to features on innovative, world-class care for children and expectant mothers, we provide an ongoing dialogue that assists and advances the media conversation.

Featured Press Release

US News Honor Roll Stanford Children's Badge

Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital Stanford named to U.S. News & World Report's 2016-17 Best Children’s Hospitals Honor Roll  Read more about US News ranking >

 

Rajni Agarwal, MD with patient

Stanford Cancer Institute earns highest cancer center designation. The designation is recognition of the Stanford Cancer Institute’s robust and integrated programs encompassing laboratory research, clinical care and community outreach and education. Learn more >

 

Recent News Coverage

Design Daze
Packard Children’s patients and clinicians create solutions to medical issues they say need a fix
8/15/16. The San Jose Mercury News reports on Design Daze, a weekend workshop hosted by Packard Children’s, Palo Alto-based nonprofit the design farm (dFarm), and the Ronald McDonald House at Stanford, which allowed teens and doctors to pitch Silicon Valley judges with “design thinking” solutions to medical issues that impact them.

 

Ed Kopetsky
Chief Information Officer discusses health information technology’s increasing value in innovation 8/1/16. In the August edition of HealthcareTech Outlook, CIO Ed Kopetsky addresses the increasingly important role of technology in healthcare, suggesting the current health care landscape is on the verge of change emanating from four key areas: widespread adoption of EMR systems; advancements in analytics; mobile technology innovations; and precision medicine.

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