“I cannot underscore enough that this takes physician involvement.” So says a Cleveland Clinic cardiologist about how health systems can best prepare for a new CMS rule coming in 2018.
Transobturator slings for incontinence in rare cases can cause intractable groin or thigh pain in some women. Cleveland Clinic urologists evaluated thigh dissection with mesh removal and found it improved outcomes.
In his regular column for Oncology Times, Brian Bolwell, MD, FACP, discusses prioritizing the most important quality metrics in order to excel on other measures.
Enhancing the patient experience is an increasingly important differentiator in healthcare today. It’s also a rapidly evolving field, now incorporating design thinking and new technology. Learn more at this summit May 22-24.
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What is the ideal treatment to preserve ovarian function in women undergoing chemotherapy? Tommaso Falcone, MD, explains why gonadotropin-releasing hormone agonists may be the best-case scenario.
To ensure exceptional care through the very end of patients’ lives, consider bringing hospice services to where patients are actively dying. Experts reflect on Cleveland Clinic’s inpatient hospice service.
LOTT trial results bring clarity to the role of supplemental oxygen in COPD patients with moderate resting hypoxemia or with isolated exercise desaturation.
Leading teams through uncertainty is both an art and a science. Learn why patient-centered care often involves letting the situation at hand determine how best to lead.
Colorectal surgery chair Scott Steele, MD, offers his expert opinion on the diagnosis and treatment of this uncommon condition.
Some behavioral health disorders demand diverging from standard outpatient treatment models to best meet patients’ needs. Here are three examples of how that can translate to outcome benefits.