Cleveland Clinic leaders developed two programs that allow non-licensed employees to take shifts helping their licensed colleagues on hospital units. They’re making a difference.
Initiative Aims to Reduce In-Hospital Cardiopulmonary Arrests
An interdisciplinary team at Cleveland Clinic South Pointe Hospital developed an approach to reduce in-hospital cardiopulmonary arrest that included new tools and education for nurses.
A Century of Caring for Patients With Rheumatologic Conditions
The future of healthcare since 1921, Cleveland Clinic has made a significant impact on the field of rheumatology. In this article, Abby Abelson, MD, reviews contributions to research, education and patient care.
Getting an Earlier Start to Preserve Brain Health
An expert panel at Cleveland Clinic’s recent Medical Innovation Summit explained why much earlier intervention will be key to success in AD therapeutics — and how biomarkers and big data will help us get there.
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The Cleveland Multiport Catheter: A New Take on Convection-Enhanced Delivery to the CNS
This novel CED device promises larger volume of drug distribution than with prior CED devices. Early human testing in glioma patients supports that hope, and use in other CNS conditions is being explored.
How to Make Your Medical Center an Innovation Powerhouse
Your employees have good ideas. Cleveland Clinic President and CEO Toby Cosgove, MD, discusses how to take today’s musings and turn them into tomorrow’s innovative healthcare solutions.
5 Reasons Not to Miss Cleveland Clinic Children’s Pediatric Innovation Summit
A faculty of over 50 pediatric experts explores practice implications of the year’s most important advances in pediatric care June 11-13 at Cleveland Clinic Children’s Pediatric Innovation Summit.
From Inspiration to Commercialization: How a Prostate Cancer Test Gets to Market
Commercialization of a medical product is a complex undertaking that requires expert oversight, rigorous assessment and perseverance. Here’s an insider’s perspective.
OR Nurses Play an Important Role in Face Transplant
Nearly 30 Cleveland Clinic nurses and surgical technologists participated in the organization’s second near-total face transplant last fall. The procedure required a lot of advance planning and care coordination.
Building a Culture of Innovation in Nursing
Building a culture of nursing innovation not only fuels creativity within the profession, it elevates novel solutions, offers unique perspectives that make good use of resources, drives costs down and advances nursing care.