Providing world-class cancer care can be demanding. With more than 46,000 inpatients treated at Cleveland Clinic’s Taussig Cancer Institute in 2010 alone, Cancer Institute nurses understand this all too well.
Mental health is increasingly recognized as important to heart health. Here are lessons from Cleveland Clinic’s introduction of mental health services into a cardiology clinic.
Cleveland Clinic’s move toward value-based purchasing saved more than $150 million over two years, with a third of the savings in cardiovascular care. Cardiovascular leaders share insights gained.
International effort allows experts to confer on complex cases
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Apolipoprotein A1, a major component of HDL, blocks metastatic malignant melanoma and lung cancer through multiple pathways. ApoA1 injections not only inhibit tumor growth and progression in mice, but spur tumor and metastases regression.
Recycling isn’t just good for the earth—it can benefit a hospital’s bottom line, too.
Marie Namey, MSN, RN, MSCN, has dedicated most of her nursing career to helping patients with multiple sclerosis (MS).
An exhausted mother of a patient in Fairview Hospital’s 24-bed Pediatric Medical-Surgical Unit shared her distress with a nurse. “I just want my baby to sleep,” said the mother, whose baby had hyperbilirubinemia.
A new take on fluid management education by nurses can help keep patients at home and healthier.
Nurses apply science to patient care every day. But how often is a scientific approach applied to staffing? In the operating rooms at Cleveland Clinic’s main campus, the answer is the same—every day.