More and more of our patients with brain metastases are undergoing stereotactic radiosurgery. Recent outcomes data show it’s paying off in terms of survival and functional performance.Read More
Progress in driving down national stroke mortality recently stagnated. One secret to jump-starting it may lie in scrupulous and steadfast data monitoring.
Freedom from seizures isn’t the only outcome that matters after epilepsy surgery. Our Epilepsy Center is tracking QoL outcomes to refine selection of surgical candidates.
An innovative group-therapy approach to promoting PAP treatment adherence is proving its worth as outcomes data mount.
Patient-level determinants of a satisfying hospital experience have never been studied in a lumbar spine surgery setting — until now. Here’s what we found.
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Physician quality directors for Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Spine Health outline a few initiatives behind recent quality successes — and share advice applicable to virtually any healthcare institution.
Cleveland Clinic’s Sleep Disorders Center expanded its home sleep testing volume sixfold over two years. This post details that and some of the center’s other recent data nuggets of note.
Some behavioral health disorders demand diverging from standard outpatient treatment models to best meet patients’ needs. Here are three examples of how that can translate to outcome benefits.
Outcomes from Cleveland Clinic’s use of chemodenervation therapy for movement disorders and migraine underscore why this modality is well worth a try before weighing more invasive therapies.
As use of Cleveland Clinic’s pioneering C3Logix app for concussion assessment has soared, data on how it’s being employed have started to mount. Here are some interesting insights.
An emphasis on rehabilitation to patients’ maximum function level typically ends up yielding ancillary benefits in terms of pain, depression and anxiety.