Join us on October 17 for the Orthobiologics Summit hosted by Cleveland Clinic Florida and the Cleveland Clinic Orthopaedic and Rheumatologic Institute.
As the scope of nursing practice grows, Cleveland Clinic Florida CNO sees nursing practice shifting more toward preventive efforts, including wellness exams, screenings and patient education. In this Q&A she discusses leadership through change and what it takes to be a successful nurse in today’s healthcare landscape.
Cleveland Clinic’s five Florida hospitals strategize year-round on how to care for patients and run operations before, during and after hurricanes. Nurses are an integral part of the planning and procedures.
The population of Florida is expected to grow over the next two decades. Cleveland Clinic Florida’s Chief Operating Officer Osmel Delgado talks about the integration of two new south Florida hospital systems and what it means for the health system.
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The Nursing Institute announces a new regional nursing leadership structure in Florida. The move includes naming an ACNO for Weston and CNOs for the Florida region, Indian River and Martin Health.
How personal responsibility and commitment improve integration of hospitals into a health system. A conversation with Joseph Iannotti, MD, PhD, Chief of Staff for the growing Cleveland Clinic Florida region.
A chat with Wael Barsoum, MD, CEO and President of Cleveland Clinic Florida, about his transition from physician to hospital executive.
This study confirms that outcomes following pouch surgery in patients with indeterminate colitis are not substantially worse than when performed in patients with mucosal ulcerative colitis. Dr. Steven Wexner examines the evidence in our latest “Viewpoints” series.
Renowned abdominal transplant surgeon and pioneer takes on a new challenge at Cleveland Clinic, leaving the program he developed in expert hands.
Through adopting a patient-centered care philosophy, combined with teamwork and innovation, the next generation of physicians will find it easier to lead our industry.