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.
This initiative offered a way to improve patient experience, maximize caregiver efficiencies, minimize radiation exposure and standardize practices with no negative impact on patient outcomes.
Our Neurological Institute paired cultural changes with visual schedule boards and frequent team huddles to drive ongoing improvement in operating room scheduling. This case study shares details and results.
Cleveland Clinic’s Quality Alliance Network Navigation Team is helping connect patients with the services they need within the insurance network.
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In today’s high-demand healthcare environment, we need a culture of service excellence and patient-centered nursing strategies to humanize care and integrate quality, safety and service.
The CEO of Cleveland Clinic Florida argues that if we can move the needle on quality in healthcare, other social services like education will rise in quality as well.
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.
From sharing successful new practices to submitting new ideas or further developing ideas, Cleveland Clinic’s Nursing Innovation Center keeps innovation at the forefront of nursing practice.
From barriers to implementation to how to apply patient- and family-centered care to daily nursing practice, Interim ACNO of Nursing Quality and Practice, Deborah Small, shares her recommendations.