James Roberson, Vice President of Programs and Innovation for KVC Hospitals discusses innovative techniques for trauma-informed childhood brain development.
Technology and Innovation
In this post, Dr. Vishal Adma and Dr. Jyotsna Adma discuss what parents can do to help their children cope with anxiety and other pressures.
To help youth heal from traumatic experiences, childhood adversity and to build a healthy brain, KVC has created a fun room where we lead youth through brain strengthening exercises and activities.
KVC partners to work with Singapore on trauma-informed care and how to treat children affected by trauma.
Youth receiving psychiatric treatment at KVC Hospitals have the chance to learn about their brain and develop skills to be healthy. Meet Adam who helps to teach these skills in the Learning Lab.
When children learn about how the brain works, it can help them understand their own brain. KVC Hospitals’ staff work to create tools to better communicate how the brain works with kids in our care. Learn more here.
KVC Hospital’s Vice President of Program Services James Roberson sat in on the Kansas City Business Journal’s Health Care Table of Experts to talk about the role innovation & technology has on health care.
KVC Hospitals is rolling out a new HIPPA-compliant way to interact with people in treatment. The new messaging app comes with lots of benefits.
All major healthcare organizations including KVC Hospitals are moving from paper records to electronic health records (EHR), but what’s in it for patients and communities as a whole? A new infographic from HealthIT.gov (see below) spells out the many ways that electronic health records improve your care and save you time.