Patient reported outcomes measures (PROMS) are very important in rheumatology, as clinical tests may not be indicative of a patient’s quality of life. A new study examines the patient experience of these measures.
Change of shift can be chaotic on nursing units. Nurses on an internal medicine/telemetry unit at Cleveland Clinic main campus launched an initiative to proactively meet patient needs and increase caregiver satisfaction.
Providing comprehensive post-op instructions to patients who have had joint replacements can help minimize complications and hospital readmissions. A nurse creates a video to educate as many patients as possible.
After nearly five years at Press Ganey, James Merlino, MD, returns to Cleveland Clinic as its inaugural Chief Clinical Transformation Officer. In this article, Dr. Merlino explains how he will use his past experiences to help execute Cleveland Clinic’s bold strategic vision.
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How do healthcare workers show empathy for patients and families under stress while facing the risk of personal assault? A panel at the 2019 Patient Experience Summit will discuss best practices.
Cleveland Clinic executives reflect on how the patient experience movement has changed healthcare in the last 10 years.
When a clinical nurse specialist from Cleveland Clinic had emergency surgery and landed in the hospital for five days, she gained a renewed sense of patient empathy and purpose.
A study identifies perceived value and prescriptions as two key contributors to patient satisfaction with telemedicine.
New unit designed to get patients admitted faster has enhanced patient care and made it easier for nurses.
ACNO of Advanced Practice Nursing and Nursing Quality & Practice Meredith Lahl-Foxx offers a few thoughts on how nurse leaders can help nursing caregivers improve care quality and patient safety.