Black patients with young-onset colorectal cancer experience worse outcomes regardless of insurance type, income or education level.
In no clinical realm has Cleveland Clinic’s first century proved as consequential as it has in cardiovascular care.
Healthcare in the U.S. is expensive and doesn’t always achieve the best outcomes. In this article, internists discuss how population health may help rectify this problem.
As Cleveland Clinic kicks off its its centennial celebration, ECNO Meredith Foxx shares highlights of 100 years of nursing.
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A hematologist/oncologist offers context for patients who might be hesitant to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Findings from a new Cleveland Clinic-led study show that intensifying hypertensive treatment in an inpatient setting may do more harm than good.
Contrast-induced acute kidney injury (CI-AKI) is one of the most feared adverse effects of iodinated contrast media for computed tomography (CT). Cleveland Clinic nephrologists present data around CI-AKI and discuss recent practice guidelines.
In a first-of-its-kind initiative, clinicians from Cleveland Clinic’s Head & Neck Institute and Cleveland Clinic Community Care have been awarded grant funding to reform the hearing loss care model.
Extremely low birth weight infants are at heightened risk of developing central line-associated blood stream infections (CLABSIs) during their extended NICU stays. Creating a culture of quality and eliminating variability in practice are essential aspects of a quality program aimed at improving outcomes for the tiniest patients.
A nurse with deep experience and a passion for improving the patient experience helped introduce an evidence-based tool for EOL care directives.