The use of 3-D printing is still in its infancy, but the technology is already revolutionizing medicine. See how Cleveland Clinic has been using 3-D printing for liver resection, heart surgery and more.
As public reporting of outcomes data proliferates, opportunities for confusion abound. See whether you understand public reporting initiatives as well as you think.
Reducing surgical site infections is a top priority for Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Spine Health, which has formed a multidisciplinary team to monitor quality metrics and promote improvement.
A faculty of over 50 pediatric experts explores practice implications of the year’s most important advances in pediatric care June 11-13 at Cleveland Clinic Children’s Pediatric Innovation Summit.
Cleveland Clinic NICUs reported zero CLABSIs for more than 365 days from late 2013 to late 2014. See how they achieved it — through fostering a culture of safety and ongoing quality improvement.
Defying convention wisdom, Cleveland Clinic is finding consistently that treatments for spinal disease have meaningful positive effects on depression and other forms of mental health distress.
Children who experience severe trauma early in life are at high risk for poor health outcomes in adulthood, including cardiovascular disease, cancer, asthma and depression. Effective interventions can improve outcomes.
Some long-standing beliefs about spine care appear to be cracking under the weight of robust outcomes tracking made possible by Cleveland Clinic’s Knowledge Program data collection tool.
Care coordination has always been imperative in the healthcare industry, serving as a foundational center of medical practice for years. However, in the new healthcare environment, the topic is getting renewed attention as part of a widespread effort to help health systems better manage high-risk patients.