CHOC was one of the first pediatric hospitals nationwide to implement the International Dysphagia Diet Standardization Initiative (IDDSI).
“Optimizing Feeding Outcomes: An Advanced Course in Managing Complex Pediatric Feeding Disorders” will cover disordered feeding and more.
Dr. Nick Anas, CHOC’s pediatrician-in-chief, sat down with Dr. Mitchell Katz, director of CHOC’s Multidisciplinary Feeding Program and pediatric GI lab services, to talk about CHOC’s Clinical Leadership Council (CLC), and how it has benefited programs like the feeding program. CHOC’s Multidisciplinary Feeding Program is one of a few specialty feeding programs in the country to offer comprehensive […]
The nationally recognized CHOC Multidisciplinary Feeding Program continues to grow in both size and prominence. A recent study published in the Journal of Pediatric Gastroenterology and Nutrition showed that 90 percent of patients admitted into the hospital’s 19-day inpatient program for serious feeding disorders were successfully weaned from gastrostomy tube feeding by discharge. Demand for […]
In June 2011, CHOC’s Joint Leadership Committee formed a process improvement team to redesign the process of handling milk.