As AAOS 2023 nears, plan to attend these paper, poster and symposium presentations by Cleveland Clinic orthopaedic staff.Read More
Orthopaedics Makes Widespread Changes to Advance Care Quality and Patient Safety
Cross-team efforts have led to better and more consistent plan-of-care visits, updated readmission strategies and improved compliance with Universal Protocol in the Orthopaedic & Rheumatologic Institute.
Reconstructing Nonunions of the Distal Tibia
Two orthopaedic surgeons describe their approach for addressing distal tibial nonunions, both when the ankle joint is spared as well as when the ankle cannot be salvaged and concomitant fusion is required.
Leaders in Orthopaedic Oncology Collaborate on National Tumor Registry to Improve Treatments
Cleveland Clinic is among six leading academic medical centers leading a national, cross-institutional initiative to collect data on sarcoma and other rare connective tumor tissues. Nathan Mesko, MD, one of the leaders involved in this effort, weighs in on the clinical implications.
Orthobiologics Update: The Search for Reproducible Evidence Continues
Recent studies of orthobiologics are a step in the right direction, but Cleveland Clinic orthopedists, Drs. Jason Genin and Dominic King, still await categorical evidence.
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Bringing Specialty Care to New Communities with Improved Integration and Expanded Use of Telemedicine
How personal responsibility and commitment improve integration of hospitals into a health system. A conversation with Joseph Iannotti, MD, PhD, Chief of Staff for the growing Cleveland Clinic Florida region.
A Potential Treatment for Periprosthetic Joint Infection after Total Joint Arthroplasty
Infection after TJA is a devastating complication. Current treatment options include one- or two-stage revision surgeries and they do not always eradicate infections. Better options are clearly needed.
Cleveland Clinic Joint Preservation Center Now Up and Running
The new Cleveland Clinic Joint Preservation Center integrates orthobiologics, surgery, rehab and research to save functional joints for more patients.
Orthobiologics and Orthobiologic Research: The Current State
Who’s setting the standards for using (and studying) orthobiologics? Cleveland Clinic researchers are — starting with setting protocols for tracking outcomes and devising a system for classifying tendinopathy.
Elevating Arthroscopy Skills
Teaching arthroscopy skills has evolved into a multifaceted, objective, validated program that takes advantage of a plethora of new teaching technologies
Saving a Bundle in a Bundled Payment Environment
Study shows that following a bundled payment system for TJA increased quality, decreased costs and improved patient experience. Are results replicable at other regional hospitals and large health systems?