Accurate prediction of a positive COVID-19 test using a statistical model is possible and could help better direct healthcare resources. So concludes a new Cleveland Clinic study of nearly 12,000 tested individuals.
As healthcare becomes more data-intensive, we’ve created a new role, Chief Research Information Officer, to bridge research and patient data with clinical care. This accomplished clinician-researcher will help define the position.
An epileptologist teams with our Center for Clinical Genomics for a pilot study that aims to use a biorepository to enable better prediction of patient-level outcomes of epilepsy surgery.
Freedom from seizures isn’t the only outcome that matters after epilepsy surgery. Our Epilepsy Center is tracking QoL outcomes to refine selection of surgical candidates.
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A Cleveland Clinic-led team will use the award to create a comprehensive risk calculator for individualized prediction of epilepsy surgery outcomes. Project leader Lara Jehi, MD, explains the value proposition.
No validated instrument reliably combined predictors of epilepsy surgery outcomes to guide individualized clinical decisions — until now. A profile of the nomogram as published in Lancet Neurology.