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Remote Health Solutions

Mother with toddler on her lap. They are looking at a tablet device with the CHAMP app on it.

The Remote Health Solutions team is focused on the integration of digital health models through patient care technologies including mobile health (mHealth) applications, hardware, software platforms and wearable devices. The primary goal of the interprofessional team is to provide personalized, proactive monitoring approaches that can help shift the way pediatric remote care is delivered.

As the COVID-19 pandemic began, specialty health care team management shifted to focus on maximizing remote home monitoring efforts via mHealth to reduce in-person exposure in hospitals and clinics. These challenges created a critical need for alternatives to in-person only specialty clinic monitoring programs while promoting improved outcomes in pediatric diseases. The focus on mHealth has the potential to reduce health care costs by preventing hospital stays, and therefore alleviating an already stressed hospital patient load.

To learn more or for questions, email the Remote Health Solutions team at

Active CHAMP sites

We have active CHAMP sites in nine different children's hospitals around the country:

  • Children's Mercy Kansas City - Kansas City, Mo.
  • Arkansas Children's - Little Rock, Ark.
  • Children's of New Orleans - New Orleans, La.
  • Cincinnati Children's - Cincinnati, Ohio
  • Cook's Children's - Fort Worth, Texas
  • DC Children's National - Washington, D.C.
  • Nationwide's Children's - Columbus, Ohio
  • Nicklaus Children's Hospital - Miami, Fla.
  • Primary Children's - Salt Lake City, Utah

Map of active CHAMP sites: Children's Mercy Kansas City, Arkansas Children's, Children's of New Orleans, Cincinnati Children's, Cook's Children's, DC Children's National, Nationwide's Children's, Nicklaus Children's Hospital, and Primary Children's.

Our Children’s High Acuity Monitoring Program® (CHAMP) provides home monitoring for complex pediatric cardiology patients. The CHAMP team is now focused on spreading to other patient populations.