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Online learning: Make it top-notch

Q. How do we justify spending money on education resources?

A. The foundation of Pediatric Home Service is education. We spend money to ensure we have high quality education.

Online Education

‘Unicorn’ PHS spreads its wings


MINNEAPOLIS – After serving a “sliver” of western Wisconsin for years, Pediatric Home Service will open its doors to the entire state from its new location in Milwaukee.

Online learning: Observe, reflect, make

Q. How can I keep healthcare education engaging?

A. Have you ever sat through a tedious online course that was full of text-filled PowerPoint slides, with a person reading word for word what’s on the slide? How much of that content do you remember?

PHS adds location in Milwaukee


MILWAUKEE – Pediatric Home Service (PHS) has expanded its services across Wisconsin with a new location here. “We’ve been serving families with respiratory therapy in western Wisconsin for nearly 30 years,” said Mark Hamman, president.

PHS places in Top 10 workplaces


ST. PAUL, Minn. – Pediatric Home Service has been recognized for the eighth straight year in the Star Tribune’s annual ranking of the Top 150 Workplaces in Minnesota. PHS was named the ninth best of 109 mid-sized companies.

Online learning: Make your photos count

Q. I'm not a photographer, how do I take quality photos for patient education?

A. Better photographs can make education easier for the patient to understand. Here are a few tips for an amateur photographer to improve their images.

It's all about light

Online learning: Go out and create

Q. Where do I start when looking to build clinical online learning?

A. It can be overwhelming to figure out where to start. Here are some basic first steps to get you moving in the right direction.

Pediatric Home Service sees telemedicine as bonus opportunity


ROSEVILLE, Minn. – A patient homecare visit that would normally take about six hours with travel time took Jill Anderson, a respiratory therapist with Pediatric Home Service, 30 minutes to complete using telemedicine.

PHS lists top spots


Medical problems are only one hurdle for families raising children with special needs.

In brief: Senate letter approaches deadline, Brightree beefs up resupply management solution


WASHINGTON – HME stakeholders have until Tuesday, July 11, to collect signatures for a letter from Sens. John Thune, R-S.D., and Heidi Heitkamp, D-N.D., asking HHS Secretary Tom Price to use his regulatory authority to provide relief from competitive bidding in rural areas.