Ideas 2 Innovation initiative invites bedside nurses to be leaders of transformation in care when it comes to making improvements for people, processes, outcomes and technology.
Cleveland Clinic’s Dimensions in Cardiac Care 2014 conference attracted more than 400 nursing professionals interested in learning about the latest trends in cardiac care.
When standard airway stents simply won’t do the job, 3-D printing provides a possible solution. Learn how Cleveland Clinic experts are using this innovative technology to customize solutions for patients.
Studies show that team-based health care improves patients’ experiences and results, lowers costs, and increases the job satisfaction of those involved in care. Case Western Reserve University and Cleveland Clinic are expanding their health education collaboration to include dental and nursing students on the campus already planned for the institutions’ medical students.
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New I2I program creates a living laboratory for nurses. Nurses can complete product evaluations, quality initiatives and research trials of nursing practices or devices and disseminate results across the system for nursing care.
Nurses and other caregivers at South Pointe Hospital are kept up to date on departmental news with digital signs. Monitors in the break room scroll useful information on staffing, education and more.
Before this 4-year-old boy got a four-organ transplant (intestine, duodenum, liver and pancreas), no one with Martinez-Frias syndrome survived past toddlerhood. Now 5, the boy is cured of his diabetes, off TPN and thriving. Lead transplant surgeon, Kareem Abu-Elmagd, MD, is gratified.
FMT is a ground-breaking treatment for diarrhea caused by Clostridium difficile bacteria. By transferring “healthy” bacteria from a donor into a patient’s intestines, it’s hoped the proper balance of bacteria will be restored.