Daily interdisciplinary rounds can be challenging for busy healthcare providers. A nurse at Cleveland Clinic’s main campus led a research study on the use of virtual rounds to connect the team and patient.
During the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, Cleveland Clinic’s Head and Neck Institute suddenly and successfully used telemedicine to care for patients
When the COVID-19 crisis hit, physician response changed quickly when it became apparent that the only way they were going to be able to help their patients was through virtual visits.
This case study of a patient who traveled across the country to get a stent placed for carotid restenosis makes clear that the days of technological barriers to neurosurgery virtual visits are over.
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We share how a woman from the U.S. Southwest with refractory leg pain used our digital platforms to plan a surgery in Cleveland that has yielded long-sought relief.
A new study confirms the feasibility of orthopaedic virtual visits for patients with pediatric spinal deformity. Pediatric orthopaedic surgeon Ryan Goodwin, MD, explains the results of his research, which point to comparable levels of patient satisfaction when compared with in-person visits.
We profile three ways in which our Neurological Institute is enhancing the clinical value of virtual visits and/or expanding their reach through innovative new platforms and technologies for patient use.
During the pandemic, physicians from Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Geriatric Medicine are working with assisted living facilities to keep patients safe and avoid a trip to the emergency department.
Leaders of our rehabilitation and sports therapy program share how they’re responding to patients’ most frequent questions about keeping PT safe and effective during a pandemic.
When our researchers surveyed patient and physician perceptions of telemedicine in electrophysiology about a year ago, they had no idea how pertinent their findings would prove in the COVID-19 era.