Guide to Pediatric Heart Failure
Hearing that your child is in heart failure is a very frightening time. The Heart Institute at Cincinnati Children's—the #3 pediatric hospital in the U.S.—is dedicated to providing the best care for your child, delivering world-class treatment for even the most challenging cases.
Cerebrovascular Disease and Stroke Guide
The Cerebrovascular Disease Center cares for more than 200 children and adolescents each year and is part of a top 3 pediatric hospital in the U.S. Several national organizations also recognize Cincinnati Children’s as a Center of Excellence for cerebrovascular care, including the Angioma Alliance, the Sturge-Weber Foundation and Cure HHT.
If your child faces the frightening challenge of heart disease, nothing but the best care will do. As the #3 pediatric hospital in the U.S., Cincinnati Children’s has the experience to care for even the most complex cases. We work with you to develop the best treatment plan for your child.
Chiari Malformation Guide
When facing the frightening challenge of a neurological disorder, you want the best care for your child and so do we. As a part of a top three pediatric hospital in the U.S., the team at Cincinnati Children’s has the skill and experience to treat even the most rare and complex neurological disorders.
Proton Therapy Center Guide
As one of the top-ranked pediatric cancer programs in the U.S., the cutting edge cancer treatment available at our Proton Therapy Center will replace traditional radiation for more than 70-80 percent of children. By reducing side effects and secondary cancers, we’re improving long-term outcomes for children like yours.
Adult Congenital Heart Disease Guide
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Urinary Tract Stones Guide
Urinary tract stones can be very painful, affecting everyday life for your family. Our goal is to improve quality of life for your family. That's why Cincinnati Children's offers one of the few dedicated pediatric kidney stone centers in the country. Our renowned specialists tailor their care to the unique needs of your child’s complex stone conditions.
Cleft and Craniofacial Center Guide
When your child has a facial anomaly, working with a lot of specialists can be overwhelming. As the #3 pediatric hospital in the U.S., Cincinnati Children’s brings together the best of several specialists to care for your child and support your family in this process.
Inflammatory Bowel Disease Guide
Your child’s IBD condition affects everyday life. Our goal is to make everyday life better. That’s why the IBD experts at Cincinnati Children’s are dedicated to providing better, faster treatment for patients and their families.
Comprehensive Epilepsy Guide
As a part of a top 3 pediatric hospital in the U.S., we help children who are having seizures achieve the best quality of life possible. This means minimizing seizures, reducing medication side effects, addressing emotional and developmental concerns, and helping families better understand their child’s condition. If your child is experiencing seizures, our multidisciplinary team will be with you every step of the way.
Hirschsprung Parent Guide
Cincinnati Children's Colorectal Center is a part of the #1 Gastroenterology & GI Surgery Program in the U.S., and a leader in treating complex colorectal disorders like Hirschsprung disease. Our goal is to achieve the best possible outcome for patients and their families – so they can experience the joys of everyday life.
Anorectal Malformations (Imperforate Anus) Guide
Learning that your child has a colorectal condition, like an anorectal malformation (also known as imperforate anus), is a frightening time. As a part of a top 3 pediatric hospital in the U.S., the expert colorectal team at Cincinnati Children’s is dedicated to providing your child the best possible care so they can experience the joys of everyday life.
Hip Preservation Guide
The Hip Preservation Program at Cincinnati Children’s is dedicated to improving detection, diagnosis and treatment for complex hip disorders in infants through young adults up to age 45. Ranked in the top 5 in the U.S. for Orthopaedics, our team provides advanced care to patients from across the country and around the world.
Cerebral Palsy Mobility Guide
When facing the frightening challenge of a neurological disorder, you want the best care for your child and so do we. As a part of a top 3 pediatric hospital in the U.S., the team at Cincinnati Children’s has the skill and experience to treat even the most rare and complex neurological disorders.
Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis Guide
Your child’s spine is central to their everyday health and happiness. That’s why, as part of a top 5 pediatric orthopaedics program in the U.S., our team of scoliosis specialists collaborate in a single location to provide the best treatment for your child’s scoliosis.
HLH Patient Guide
Hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis, or HLH, is a life-threatening condition. While HLH is rare, Cincinnati Children’s treats a large population of children with HLH. As part of one of the Top 5 pediatric hospitals in the U.S., the team at Cincinnati Children's is committed to changing the outcome for children with HLH.
Pancreas Care Guide
The Pancreas Care Center at Cincinnati Children’s is one of the only centers in the United States dedicated to caring for children with pancreatic disorders. Patients come from across the country and around the world to receive expert diagnosis and advanced care from a top 3 pediatric hospital in the U.S.
Pediatric Airway Disorders Guide
Your child's condition affects everyday life. Our goal is to make everyday life better. That's why at Cincinnati Children's, a top 3 pediatric hospital in the U.S., our internationally-renowned specialists tailor their care to the needs of your child.
Drug Cost Reporting Deadlines
For the TPAs in the Market Place that have had a chance to look at the Drug Cost Reporting requirements, you’ve probably also had the realization that pulling off this reporting is going to be a lot more difficult than you might have initially thought.
Its called Drug Cost Reporting so naturally the marketplace would think that the PBM (Pharmacy Benefit Manager) is going to be supplying most of this data. The thing to know is that the PBM is providing the majority of the needed data, but unfortunately what we are finding in the marketplace is that the PBMs are making logical decisions based upon their circumstances. What we mean is that, when one takes a look at the reporting requirements, they find that for the PBMs, in most cases it is in their best interest to just provide the data to the plan sponsor and allow the plan sponsor to report for themselves.