Nurses on a med-surg unit at Cleveland Clinic Euclid Hospital tackle the problem of medical supply waste by developing a wound care cart that puts all the necessary supplies at their fingertips.
We’ve joined with Case Western Reserve University to introduce the first fellowship devoted exclusively to biodesign in the clinical neurosciences.
What comes first — being a surgeon or being an inventor? Face transplant surgeon and prolific inventor Frank Papay, MD, discusses how he has managed both roles and offers advice for other clinicians who have ideas they would like to bring to fruition.
Neurosurgeon Gene Barnett, MD, MBA, is the 2017 Sones Innovation Award honoree for inventing frameless neuronavigation and leading the development of laser thermal therapy for brain tumors.
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In both the surgical and leadership realms, Dr. Cosgrove believed it was all about pursuing, perfecting, communicating and encouraging new ideas.
What do embroidery hoops and hair barrettes have in common with bicycle brakes? They all inspired Dr. Toby Cosgrove’s problem-solving surgical genius.
Nearly 20 years ago, Marianne Sumego, MD, helped make shared medical appointments a reality at Cleveland Clinic. It took passion, persistence and a clear vision to turn the idea into a reality.
Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi’s Digestive Disease Institute is seeing a 30 percent increase in volumes year over year. Chief Matthew Kroh, MD, explains efforts to provide the highest quality digestive disease services in the Middle East.
Per oral endoscopic pyloromyotomy (POP) has become our first-line treatment for medically refractory gastoparesis in well selected patients. John Rodriguez, MD, explains.
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.