A model of delivering cognitive behavioral therapy for insomnia that combines individual, group and virtual treatment substantially improves patient access to timely treatment.
Sometimes the ideal place to receive care isn’t at the hospital. Cleveland Clinic nurses provide an array of services to patients in their homes. Caregivers share two stories that highlight in-home care at its best.
More than a year after virtual visit initiatives were implemented due to COVID-19, Cleveland Clinic’s Pain Management Department must determine the long-term outlook for this model of care.
A pilot study has shown that coupling a smartphone-based ECG device with a cloud-based platform effectively detects post-ablation atrial fibrillation without additional patient or physician burden.
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Conference participants explored issues affecting telehealth usage, such as barriers for aging, minority and other underserved populations.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, ambulatory care management nurses at Cleveland Clinic have used telehealth to monitor COVID-positive patients at home, manage patients with chronic conditions and more.
A recently published framework illustrates Cleveland Clinic’s strategy for integrating virtual care with orthopaedics.
COVID-19 has catapulted nursing into the digital world, embracing a new generation of technology in healthcare. ACNO Dr. Nelita Iuppa shares insight on how nurses can prepare for digital nursing practice.
New studies from our Neurological Institute show that large-scale implementation of tele-epilepsy and teleneurology in general is feasible, sustainable and associated with high levels of patient satisfaction.
A discussion with Beri Ridgeway, MD, Chair of Cleveland Clinic’s Ob/Gyn & Women’s Health Institute, about COVID-19, reactivation, telehealth, caregiver safety and agility in leadership.