Only 50%-80% of youth with mental health diagnoses get the mental health services they need. Cleveland Clinic Children’s School-Based Healthcare program seeks to change that.
A population already at high risk of stroke has seen significant increases in the prevalence of almost all risk factors since 2000, a registry study shows. The findings are a clarion call for clinicians.
Taking into account a patient’s medication profile aims to improve quality of life for older adults and better align medications to patient’s real needs and preferences.
Cleveland Clinic expands its APRN/PA Transition to Practice onboarding initiative to include additional specialties: oncology, connected care and hospitalist.
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With so many regional locations, getting patients involved in clinical trials and addressing population health issues has been difficult — until now. Dr. Ruth Farrell explains.
How do value-based care models work in population health? Cleveland Clinic geriatrics demonstrates. Among the features: integrated practice units. Among the benefits: 98 percent show rates.
The first outcomes from our 12-week Back on TREK program showed significant gains across multiple quality-of-life metrics with a multidisciplinary nonpharmacologic approach to low back pain.
Cleveland Clinic Community Care is taking a new, population health approach to managing the care of patients under the direction of Adam Myers, MD. It is leveraging a wealth of data and an expanded care team to proactively address the health needs of populations.
Experienced nurse leader, Ruthann Gavrilescu, is taking on the unique role of Senior Director of Nursing for Cleveland Clinic’s newly created and highly innovative population health unit.
Investigators found that patients with ESRD living in areas with lower residential life expectancy had significantly poorer health outcomes and reduced incidence of important processes of care compared to patients living in higher life expectancy areas.