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.
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.
Children with medical complexity represent less than 1 percent of U.S. kids but up to 33 percent of pediatric healthcare spending. Here’s a new clinic aimed at meeting their needs more effectively and efficiently.
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A new model of care that creates a strong support network for chronically ill patients is underway at Cleveland Clinic. It is empowering nurses, streamlining appointments and improving patient outcomes.