With so many regional locations, getting patients involved in clinical trials and addressing population health issues has been difficult — until now. Dr. Ruth Farrell explains.Read More
Research has shown benefits of electronic inhaler monitoring (EIM) in patients with poorly controlled asthma. Now Cleveland Clinic sees benefits in patients with COPD.
Study looked at kidney transplant outcomes, stratified by race and ethnicity, between 2003 to 2013. Researchers hoped to find modifiable factors that could result in better outcomes for African-American kidney transplant recipients.
Whether you’re looking for a benchmark or just plain curious, check out some of the latest volume and outcomes stats from our CABG, PCI and peripheral vascular disease programs.
End-of-life care is part of medicine; it is part of life. And it is our job to be good stewards. Dr. Sofya Asfaw explains.
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From neurological conditions and muscle disease to sports injuries, physiatrists in Pediatric Medicine & Rehabilitation provide highly specialized care for patients.
Scans, stats and blood work provide only a fraction of the information needed to treat cancer patients, says Jame Abraham, MD, Cleveland Clinic’s Director of Breast Oncology. Read his editorial in U.S. News & World Report.
Cleveland Clinic South Pointe Hospital became Magnet-recognized in December of 2017. In this Q&A, South Pointe CNO Sheila Miller offers nurse leaders her top preparation tips.
It’s time to find consensus on treating alopecia areata. Hair disorder experts publish recommendations for assessing patients and tracking treatment outcomes.
The veteran cardiologist reflects on the meeting’s biggest developments: the new cholesterol guideline, the VITAL trial of vitamin D, the REDUCE-IT controversy and a strikingly potent therapy for lowering Lp(a).