New devices are extending time of euglycemia while reducing risk of hypoglycemia. We recap recent developments and share a remote monitoring initiative from our Center for CardioMetabolic Health.
CQD talks to Cleveland Clinic leaders about the making of the first COVID-19 playbook in March, designed to give providers the telehealth information they needed to continue caring for patients.
Our Neurological Institute is introducing a smartphone app that augments virtual visits by replicating portions of the physical exam by allowing patients to self-administer neuroperformance tests at home.
The technology is available to empower patients to monitor their blood pressure at home. The main limiting factor is how well monitoring devices are integrated into your practice and workflow.
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Clinicians need new skills to develop patient relationships during virtual visits. Digital health communication guidelines are now available.
The COVID-19 pandemic has radically changed healthcare care delivery. At Cleveland Clinic, telehealth visits went from 2% to 75% of total outpatient visits in just 6 weeks. This article is a playbook for institutions seeking to ramp their telehealth services quickly.
Although sheltering-in-place may help to flatten the curve when it comes to COVID-19, home isn’t always a safe place for everyone. In this article, Ellen Rome, MD, MPH, discusses the impact of socioeconomic stress on the risk of child abuse and recommends that providers be especially vigilant.
With most medical specialties offering outpatient telemedicine in some capacity, Cleveland Clinic saw a significant increase in completed virtual visits in 2019. Read more about the rollout of this platform across the enterprise.
With the explosion in new technology platforms, Cleveland Clinic nurses are transforming their practices with the help of Nursing Informatics. And it’s all about agility.
Cleveland Clinic’s Peter Rasmussen, MD, Director of Digital Health, talks about what it takes to create a digital health strategy and what’s on the horizon.