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Physicians trained in endoscopy now have new guidelines to assess, measure and improve their outcomes. The new guidelines update quality indicators published in 2006 and aim to move continuous quality improvement for the entire field of endoscopy forward.
The ACA Sunshine Act may have more potential to adversely affect physician participation in research than to harm physicians’ reputations.
Frequent alarms can cause caregivers to become desensitized and compromise patient safety. Cleveland Clinic implemented an ICU alarm reduction initiative to identify necessary alarms and decrease non-actionable ones.
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When combined with clinical findings and electrodiagnostic techniques, neuromuscular ultrasound can significantly impact management and improve outcomes in patients with a variety of peripheral nerve disorders.
The Egil and Pauline Braathen Center, which houses the expanded Pauline Braathen Neurological Center and new Maroone Cancer Center, welcomed patients and community members.
A multidisciplinary team at Cleveland Clinic has found novel autoantigens within affected vessels in patients with large vessel vasculitis, including giant cell arteritis, Takayasu arteritis and isolated focal aortitis.
This daylong pre-symposium to Cleveland Clinic’s Biologic Therapies VI Summit is the most comprehensive live CME course to date on this complex vascular inflammatory disease.
Functional magnetic stimulation can improve respiratory muscle conditioning and coughing in patients with chronic spinal cord injury. Now, Cleveland Clinic researchers are finding some value using it in MS patients.
2015 marks the 10-year anniversary of the Dean’s Round Table Initiative (DRT), a unique partnership with a focus on addressing both nursing and faculty shortages. In celebration, an event will be held on May 11, 2015, featuring best-selling author, Dr. Patricia E. Benner.