This dynamic infographic spotlights our key volume and outcomes data across the range of adult cardiac surgery procedures, with special attention to valve and aorta surgery.
This case study shares how we worked with an allied hospital to improve its metrics in cardiac registries through more accurate and timely data abstraction.
We share three examples of how our Neurological Institute uses virtual patient management conferences and other telemedicine tools to extend high care standards to sites around the nation and globe.
A quality-focused revamping of interventional cardiology morbidity and mortality reviews represented a quick win in our recently established alliance relationship with a specialty hospital in New Jersey.
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Accountable care organizations (ACO) need to engage with those who provide specialty care if they intend to improve the value of care provided to patients. Maged Rizk, MD, MBA, shares how Cleveland Clinic’s ACO achieved this in the osteoporosis space.
As the Society for Vascular Surgery’s VQI program evolves, metrics are being refined to focus more on appropriateness of care. Cleveland Clinic is proud to be contributing to those efforts.
Shared Governance is a professional practice model ensuring that nurses at all levels are part of the patient care decision-making process. Learn more in this easy-to-read graphic.
Can a shift from 10 vendors of nonspecialized spinal implants to a single vendor reduce procurement costs without compromising care quality? Our findings put conventional wisdom to the test.
Phase-of-care mortality analysis adds value in cardiac surgery beyond what standard M&M review can offer. That’s why we champion it among our partner heart programs — and why they’re embracing it.
In 2018, Cleveland Clinic instituted tiered huddles to empower caregivers and improve quality system-wide. Tier 2 huddles allow managers and directors, often from multiple disciplines, to prepare for the day.