Enabling population management and delighting patients with virtual visits. A Q&A with Jan Bautista, MD, from Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Connected Care.
How can we do things differently and and innovate together to improve care for our patients in the post-acute space? Dr. William Zafirau weighs in.
As long as systems have multiple people inputting and manipulating patient data, there may be issues with transitions of care. Prioritizing oversight is key.
Cleveland Clinic is part of a nationwide network of healthcare providers developing home-based primary care education with support from the Home Centered Care Institute. Cleveland Clinic hosted its first training conference in December 2017.
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Home-infusion pharmacy care offers patients convenience but they must also learn some new skills. Sometimes, literacy skills, cultural and language differences and financial concerns make that difficult.
Cleveland Clinic is making it easier for patients to access hospice by educating physicians on the medical philosophy, offering more sophisticated treatments and training the next generation.
In an effort to reduce preventable readmissions, Cleveland Clinic’s Connected Care Skilled Nursing Facility (SNF) program offered provider visits to selected SNFs up to five times a week.
Cleveland Clinic has launched one of the nation’s few outpatient palliative care services for patients with advanced heart disease. We share insights on its purposes and best practices.
In a candid conversation about end-of-life care, Cleveland Clinic CEO and cardiac surgeon Toby Cosgrove shares memories of some searing losses and thoughts on how to improve patients’ last days.
Patients leaving the hospital enter a complex and potentially dangerous maze. The Center for Connected Care is integrating and standardizing services to create a brave new approach to post-acute care.