The inflammatory bowel disease patient-centered medical home is a new and novel collaborative approach to the problem of fragmented, ineffective and costly care. It pairs patients with a multispecialty team of healthcare providers who emphasize preventive care and nutrition and treat co-existing pain and psychological issues.
Clinicians increasingly are recognizing the need to recognize and manage inflammatory bowel disease’s extra-intestinal manifestations. A new Cleveland Clinic review provides guidance.
Learn how Cleveland Clinic is advancing gastrointestinal care: Examining the link between IBD and liver disease, predicting progression in Barrett’s esophagus and investigating stem cell therapy for Crohn’s disease.
The presence of inflammatory bowel disease conveys increased risk of comorbid nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, nonalcoholic steatohepatitis and nonalcoholic cirrhosis, two new Cleveland Clinic epidemiological studies show.
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Miguel Regueiro, MD, Chair of Cleveland Clinic’s Department of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, highlights six can’t-miss DDW presentations by our researchers.
Miguel Regueiro, MD, the recently appointed chair of Cleveland Clinic’s Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition Department, shares some thoughts on patient care, leadership and the future of healthcare.
Fragmentation of care is a common problem across many gastrointestinal conditions. Learn about three focused programs Cleveland Clinic has developed for complex GI cases.
The integrated health approach delivered in the scope of IBD medical home reaches beyond the biological disease and captures 90 percent or more of the patient’s needs, whereas the standard approach that involves only a gastroenterologist has proven to only focus on the disease itself. GI Chairman Miguel Regueiro explains.
Chairman Miguel Regueiro, MD, discusses highlights of the upcoming Advances in Inflammatory Bowel Disease (AIBD) conference in Orlando, Dec. 13-15.
In this one-minute video, Miguel Regueiro, MD, Chairman of the Department of Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition, outlines our top four clinically practical presentations at ACG 2018.